Cheap Flights to Iceland From 6 Cities in the US and Canada!

Cheap Flights to Iceland From 6 Cities in the US and Canada!

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Good news for folks eager to visit Iceland!  WOW Air has added more cheap fares from the US and Canada to Iceland, for travel between December 2016 and May 2017.  One-way fares start at $99!

And for a slightly higher price, you can connect onward to many destinations in Continental Europe, like Amsterdam and Berlin, from $149 one-way.

I flew WOW Air to Iceland, and really liked it!

Cheap Flights To Iceland From 6 Cities In The US And Canada
I Made Some Unforgettable Memories in Iceland

I’ll give you the details of this deal from WOW Air.

Fly to Iceland for as Little as $99 One-Way!

Link:   WOW Air

WOW Air has been increasing their service between the US and Iceland!  And now they’ve released more cheap fares from the US and Canada to Reykjavik!  For $99 one-way, you can fly to Iceland from:

  • Los Angeles
  • New York
  • San Francisco
  • Washington, DC

You can also fly from other cities, like Montreal and Toronto, for $119 one-way.  Still a great deal!

There are plenty of reasons to visit Iceland, including beautiful waterfalls, rustic mountains, and the glittering Northern Lights!  And the people are super friendly.

I visited Iceland last year and loved it!  It’s one place I really want to see again.  If you decide to jump on this WOW Air deal, check out my trip report to read my experience renting a car in Iceland and why you need a Chip-and-PIN credit card for gas in Iceland.

If Iceland doesn’t interest you, there are other European cities you can visit for as little as $149 one-way, like:

  • Amsterdam
  • Berlin
  • Copenhagen
  • Frankfurt

This is a great springboard for folks who want to explore Europe, even if your final destination is not Iceland.  Because flights within Europe are usually reasonable!

Note:   WOW Air charges fees for things like seat selection, large carry-on bags, and checked bags.  So unless you can travel light, it’s worth comparing prices to other airlines to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

Bottom Line

Between December 2016 and May 2017, you can fly to Iceland on WOW Air one-way for $99 from:

  • Los Angeles
  • New York
  • San Francisco
  • Washington, DC

And you can cheaply connect to other destinations in Europe, too.

Fares to Iceland start at $99 one-way, and to the rest of Europe from $149 one-way.  If these flights interest you, it’s better to buy soon.  Because these deals don’t usually last long!

I’m always glad to find cheap ways to get to Europe.  But don’t forget, WOW Air charges lots of fees, so it’s worth comparing prices to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

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cristiano ronaldo

Hey thank you for everything you do and teach us, thanks to googling looking for my first travel reward card we stumbled on to this site and have traveled so much the last year! Our next trip is to iceland this January and would appreciate any tips you can give us, we're going to rent a 4x4 car for a week to travel around the whole country and are most likely going to get the barclay card because we read your post on true chip and pin card lol, thank you for everything again