The Northern Lights are a spectacular sight and you'll have the best chance to see them when Iceland goes dark in the winter months. Take advantage of these huge price drops on Delta from American hub cities across the U.S to Iceland. Fares from $272 roundtrip are available for fall and winter travel.

Travel Availability

Most availability starts for daily travel from January 7, 2020, through the end of the booking schedule in March 2020. There are a few scattered dates for Tuesday and Wednesday travel from late October through mid-December.

Sale Period

This sale is unadvertised and fares may jump at any moment.

Sample Fares

Charlotte to Reykjavik $272 roundtrip

Dallas to Reykjavik $273 roundtrip

Phoenix to Reykjavik $273 roundtrip

Miami to Reykjavik $273 roundtrip

Ft. Lauderdale to Reykjavik $273 roundtrip

Philadelphia to Reykjavik $278 roundtrip

West Palm Beach to Reykjavik $328 roundtrip

Orlando to Reykjavik $337 roundtrip

Baggage

These are Basic Economy fares, which include a carry-on bag plus a small personal item. A checked bag costs $60 each way when purchasing this fare. However, if you need to check a bag, you'll be better off purchasing a Main Cabin Economy fare for the same amount and avoid Basic Economy restrictions.

Seat Assignments

Seats will be assigned at random upon check-in for these prices.

Alternate Fares

Main Cabin fares on these routes should be $120 more roundtrip on most routes and dates. This includes one free checked bag, advanced seat selection, and allows ticket changes/upgrades for a fee.

For a complete look at deals to Iceland, check out all of our fares to Reykjavik (KEF).

Example Booking

As an example, I found seats departing Dallas DFW on Saturday, January 18, returning from Reykjavik KEF on Saturday, January 25, for $273 roundtrip.

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