Aug112017

Denver Deals $356-$425 to London, Brussels, Amsterdam, Luxembourg all alliances

Icelandair low fares from $363 round trip Denver to London has set off a fare war among the major alliance airlines for flights to London, Amsterdam, Brussels and Luxembourg.

Play around with Icelandair fares and you can set up a multi-city ticket flying to London and returning from Brussels for $365 round trip with potential to add nearly free Iceland stopover too.

Low fares start around October 23 to early December.

Brussels, Belgium $375–$410

Icelandair $382 Denver – Brussels

British Airways $375.31 Denver – Brussels (AARP discount rate).

Air Canada/United $397 Denver – Brussels

Delta $410 Denver – Brussels

Amsterdam, Netherlands $443-$487

Icelandair $457 Denver – Amsterdam

British Airways $458 Denver – Amsterdam ($443 with AARP discount).

Air Canada/United $484 Denver – Amsterdam

Delta $487 Denver – Amsterdam

Luxembourg, Luxembourg $356-$441

British Airways $356.00 Denver – Luxembourg

Star Alliance $412 Denver – Luxembourg

Delta $441 Denver – Luxembourg

London Gatwick $363

Icelandair $365 multi-city ticket London and Brussels

Denver – Keflavik KEF – London Gatwick /

Brussels – Keflavik KEF – Denver DEN

(You need to buy separate London to Brussels ticket).

Sat Nov 11 – Sun Nov 19

DEN-LGW-BRU $365 FI Nov11-19

British Airways AARP discount ticket

Denver – London LHR – Luxembourg LUX – London LHR – Denver DEN

$356.00 round trip  Sat Nov 11 – Sat Nov 18

DEN-LUX $356 BA-AARP Nov 11-18

AARP membership costs $12 and is not age restricted.

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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  1. Great info. So I usually don’t have good theories on why a city would have cheap pricing but my guess on this one is that the weather in Iceland and around Northern Europe in November’ish isn’t all that great so the typical tourist traffic drops (which is good for travel junkies that don’t care). Also that time of year is when ski season in the Rockies ramps up so people around Colorado might be more interested in that then travel to another cold place. Just a guess.
    Being a non-skier from Kansas I’m going to look into this to see if I can get a good shoulder season deal.

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