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WOW Air, the Icelandic low-cost air carrier, have round trip airfares travelling from San Francisco (SFO) or New York City (JFK) to Reykjavik Iceland (KEF) for $260, nonstop! WOW charges a fee for any carry-on or checked bags beyond a small personal item, such as a purse or laptop bag.

Travel Availability:

Departs SFO: May 10, 14, 16
Returns: May 17, 19, 21-24

Departs JFK: May 3-4, 6, 8-10, 17, 20, 28-30
Returns: May 3-4, 7, 9-16, 23, 26; June 1-7, 10

Use dates and book it on Expedia [expedia.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

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OMG...What a fee!

Carry on bag $50
Check in (up to 44 lbs) $70

Essentially one passenger = 2 check in bags.
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Plenty of iceland prices around $350 USD from west coast to KEF.

With WOW airlines you pay for literally everything. Any luggage bigger than a normal size school backpack is a charge. Food is a charge. Choosing your seat is a charge.

So by the time you pay for luggage and seat, you're about the same price as Icelandair.

I went to London for a week via Icelandair for $350
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Plenty of iceland prices around $350 USD from west coast to KEF.

With WOW airlines you pay for literally everything. Any luggage bigger than a normal size school backpack is a charge. Food is a charge. Choosing your seat is a charge.

So by the time you pay for luggage and seat, you're about the same price as Icelandair.

I went to London for a week via Icelandair for $350
I don't think you can find a non stop flight from west coast for $350 in May.
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I don't think you can find a non stop flight from west coast for $350 in May.
So with the same dates it cost about $440 USD with seats and carryon.
Still cheaper than if you went through Icelandair, but how reliable is WOW
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So with the same dates it cost about $440 USD with seats and carryon.
Still cheaper than if you went through Icelandair, but how reliable is WOW
WOW, Icelandair and Norwegian are all pretty much the same type of low-cost air carriers. It's hit or miss. Some people have good experiences, some do not. It's really not any airlines' intention to be delayed or piss passengers off. (except for United and their incident with the Chinese doctor. yea, i went there)
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WOW, Icelandair and Norwegian are all pretty much the same type of low-cost air carriers. It's hit or miss. Some people have good experiences, some do not. It's really not any airlines' intention to be delayed or piss passengers off. (except for United and their incident with the Chinese doctor. yea, i went there)
When I went to London via Icelandair it wasn't bad. Only thing that costed extra was the food.

Norwegian had the same price but cost more for luggage and food as well.
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Looks like the deal is dead now. I want this so bad. Frown
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OMG...What a fee!

Carry on bag $50
Check in (up to 44 lbs) $70

Essentially one passenger = 2 check in bags.
Do we need to pay for clothes to? Or have to be naked lol
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