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WOW Air, a low-cost long-haul air carrier, have round trip airfares travelling from New York (JFK) or Newark (EWR) to Revkjavik Iceland (KEF) for $230-$260, nonstop. WOW Air charges a fee for any carry-on or checked bags beyond a small personal item, such as a purse or laptop bag. There's always an option to pay for additional services.

Alternatively, United have 3 available departure dates out of EWR for $302, main cabin fare. Those depart on Sept 23, 24, 25 for a 7, 8 or 9 day trip.

Departs JFK: Sept 5-6, 10-11, 14-15, 17-23, 25-29
Departs EWR: Sept 4-9, 11, 17
Returns: Generally 7-day stay works best

Use dates and book it on Expedia [expedia.com] or WOW Air. [wowair.us] Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

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After you add fees for the standard things you need - seat and carry on bag - the prices come pretty close to regular airline prices. WOW air is terrible. Better fly something else.
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After you add fees for the standard things you need - seat and carry on bag - the prices come pretty close to regular airline prices. WOW air is terrible. Better fly something else.
u have to pay for your seat? otherwise, u will be standing? lol
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u have to pay for your seat? otherwise, u will be standing? lol
That's correct, there is a standing room only section.
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