Fly to Europe on Icelandair and take advantage of the opportunity for a free stopover in Iceland if you wish. The latest sale has fares to Europe starting from $402 roundtrip.
- Travel Period: October 1, 2019 - March 31, 2020.
- Travel Days of the Week: Daily
- Blackout Dates: December 13, 2019 - January 5, 2020.
A Saturday night stay is required. Some routes may only have availability starting in mid-October. Most have good availability and are easy to find, but some may have limited availability at these prices.
Tickets at the listed sale prices must be purchased by 8:00 pm ET, on May 20, 2019.
Boston to Amsterdam $402 roundtrip
Boston to Brussels $417 roundtrip
Minneapolis to Paris $474 roundtrip
New York to Frankfurt $480 roundtrip
Toronto to Brussels $480 USD/$647 CAD roundtrip
Denver to Paris $484 roundtrip
Toronto to Amsterdam $491 USD/$661 CAD roundtrip
Washington D.C. to Frankfurt $510 roundtrip
Newark to Munich $513 roundtrip
Washington D.C. to Berlin $514 roundtrip
Chicago to Zurich $516 roundtrip
Chicago to Glasgow $532 roundtrip
Seattle to Berlin $584 roundtrip
Minneapolis to London $633 roundtrip
Seattle to Oslo $673 roundtrip
Icelandair's Economy Light fares only include a standard sized carry-on bag plus one personal item. Checked bag fees are $76 USD/$101 CAD each way when purchased online. If you need to check bags, it's cheaper to purchase an Economy Standard fare (+$120 USD/$150 CAD roundtrip), which includes one free checked bag.
You may choose your own assignments from standard economy class seats that are still available at no extra charge.
Free Stopover in Iceland
You can book a free stopover in Iceland for up to 3 days on the Economy Light fare. Extra taxes and separate bag fees may apply. If you want to stay longer in Iceland, the Economy Standard fare allows stopovers up to 7 days.
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The upgrade to standard Economy costs an extra $120 USD/$150 CAD roundtrip. This includes one free checked bag and allows stopovers up to 7 days.
Other airlines such as SAS, Norwegian, and TAP Air Portugal may offer better prices in some markets and there may be nonstop options on other major carriers. Choose the airline according to your needs. Icelandair may have better routing and allows for free stopovers in Iceland if that is something that interests you.
As an example, I found flights departing New York JFK on Monday, October 14, returning from Frankfurt FRA on Monday, October 21, for $480 roundtrip.