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St Louis MO to Reykjavik, Iceland for $280 RT Nonstop on WOW Air (very limited May June Aug)

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WOW Air, an ultra low-cost air carrier have round trip airfares travelling from St. Louis MO (STL) to Reykjavik Iceland (KEF) for $280 or less, nonstop. Be advised that WOW Air charges for services such as carry-on bags

Departs STL: May 19, 29; June 10; Aug 12
Returns: May 21, 22, 24, 26, 29, 31; June 3, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 21; Aug 20, 23, 26

Tip: June 10-16 is $235 RT

Use dates and book it on Expedia [expedia.com] or WOW Air [wowair.us] directly. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money on Expedia and don't forget review any optional services and fees [wowair.us] you want to plan ahead for.

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the two users that td'd this isn't even from missouri. what the fark gives?
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Beware of WOW Air - super sketchy airline. Some friends of mine flew them recently from Tel Aviv to Iceland and their 7 hour flight turned into a 12 hour adventure when the pilot told them they didn't have enough fuel to get there and would have to divert to Scotland.

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there are bad reviews and there are good reviews
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Flew WoW air from Baltimore to Iceland in 2016 and had no issues. It's cheap and no frills... just try to get everything in one checked bag since I think it's $49 per bag each way.
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