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Last Edited by annie930ny January 18, 2018 at 08:43 AM
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WOW Air [wowair.us] has one-way airfares travelling from cities in the US to Iceland starting at $70 and to cities in Europe, starting from $80. Round trip would run you from $250-320....still not a bad deal at all. However, since WOW Air is a low-cost air carrier, be sure to check their restrictions and baggage fees [wowair.us].

Travel Availabiity: end of January thru May 2018

You may book directly from their site or on Expedia [expedia.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.



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Their website had no flights from any origin city to the locations I selected to Iceland. Let me check Expedia.
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Make sure you research weather and daylight in Iceland for this time of year.
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good price from NYC to Holland?
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Flew WOWair before to Iceland. It was totally fine. They just charge extra for luggage even carry-ons so we took small backpacks and that's it.
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Boston to Frankfurt for Cologne carnival $450 round trip... not bad. If money wasn't so tight I would go visit family I haven't seen in years.
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Dallas tx to iceland $780 Frown RT
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Fly out of CVG. Have yet to see a single fair under $199 ONE WAY.

YMMV but so far, if you're flying out of CVG - forget it.
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How much is the return tho
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Make sure you research weather and daylight in Iceland for this time of year.

Also research how expensive everything is there. We call it Frozen Hawaii.

It's a great place, but you'll be happy if you "only" pay 15-20 bucks for a burger and fries at a diner. A loaf of bread at a store is like 5 bucks.

On the upside using our Citi Prestige 4th night free benefit on this trip made the card pay for itself in a single trip Smilie
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WOW is so deceiving with their pricing. This airline is like spirit airlines of Europe...the prices sound amazing until you try to actually book a ticket...after all the charges for luggages and seats (for each way, going and coming back) and everything else, the total price is very similar or even more than a regular airline ticket

BUT DONT TAKE MY WORD FOR IT...JUST TRY BOOKING A TICKET WITH A $70 PRICE TAG AND LOOK AT THE FINAL PRICE.
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It's cheap outbound but expensive on the way back and they won't just sell you the cheap fare on the ourbound.
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Flew WOWair before to Iceland. It was totally fine. They just charge extra for luggage even carry-ons so we took small backpacks and that's it.
how much did they want?
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WOW is so deceiving with their pricing. This airline is like spirit airlines of Europe...the prices sound amazing until you try to actually book a ticket...after all the charges for luggages and seats (for each way, going and coming back) and everything else, the total price is very similar or even more than a regular airline ticket

BUT DONT TAKE MY WORD FOR IT...JUST TRY BOOKING A TICKET WITH A $70 PRICE TAG AND LOOK AT THE FINAL PRICE.

Can still save you a few hundred dollars compared to other airlines but I see your point.
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