ViaHero · May 17, 2018
Finding a cheap flight to Iceland is a cinch! Two budget airlines specialize in flights to Iceland and other airlines have fare sales to Iceland often. It just takes a little bit of searching and knowing where to look because flight aggregator sites don’t always include search results from budget airlines and you don’t want to miss out on the best deal.
Once you give the article a read feel free to message us any questions you still have about finding cheap flights to Iceland.
Cheap flights from the U.S. with WOW Air
WOW Air offers a flight from the United States to Iceland for as little as $99 each way. The cheapest flights are WOW Basic, which includes your flight only and you can only bring on one personal item. For roughly $100 more each way, WOW Plus tickets include a carry-on, checked bag, and cancellation insurance in addition to the flight and personal item. If you know you’re going to be bringing a lot of luggage or camping gear, the WOW Plus ticket is the way to go.
If you want to go all out, spring for the WOW Biz ticket to get an in-flight meal, extra leg room, and priority boarding. If you don’t get WOW Biz, bring snacks and drinks with you. You may also pre-order a meal for an additional fee or purchase food during the flight. If you’re traveling in a group, buy WOW Basic tickets and share a few checked bags between you instead of checking a bag each. Since it costs $50 each way to check a bag, the savings can add up for a large group.
Look for low fares with
Double-check for deals at Kiwi.com
Kiwi is one of the flight aggregator sites that includes flight information for both WOW Air and
Travel in shoulder season or off-season
You’ll find the cheapest flights to Iceland during the shoulder season and off-season. Shoulder season is April to May and then again in September and October. Winter is considered the
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- Connect With a Local to Plan Your Trip
- How to Visit Iceland on a Layover
- 10 Tips to Travel to Iceland
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