Icelandair $358 JFK–Stockholm round trip with stopover in Iceland

Icelandair has some very low fares out of New York JFK to Stockholm, Sweden. I priced a round trip ticket for November at $345.75 all-in. The advantage of Icelandair over low budget airlines like Norwegian and WOW is no service fees for two checked bags and an assigned airline seat at time of booking. These services add about $150 to $200 to Norwegian and WOW Airline ticket prices.

Even better is the option to add a nearly free stopover in Iceland to your itinerary. That $346 round trip ticket priced at $358 round trip when I put in a 3 night stopover in Reykjavik.

Stockholm is probably the lowest ticket price, but certainly not the only low priced destination for Icelandair flights to Europe. I do not see fares this low from other Icelandair USA airports in Boston, Washington IAD or Chicago.

$349 Stockholm, Sweden (Nov 20 – Nov 29) Thanksgiving week

$383 Oslo, Norway (Nov 29 – Dec 10)

$404 Copenhagen, Denmark (Nov 29 – Dec 10)

$484 Helsinki, Finland (Nov 29 – Dec 10)

$503 Paris ORY, France (Oct 17-28)

$520 Amsterdam, Netherlands (Oct 11-22)

$535 London Gatwick LGW (Nov 12 – 22)

$546 Zurich, Switzerland (Oct 11-22)

$548 Glasgow, Scotland (Oct 9-19)

$628 Frankfurt, Germany (Oct 9-19)

Icelandair  New York JFK – Reykjavik, Iceland KEF – Stockholm, Sweden ARN – KEF – JFK

$345.75  Sunday November 20 – Tuesday November 29

JFK-ARN $346 FI Nov 20-29

JFK-ARN $346 FI-2

Add a nearly free stopover in Iceland.

Icelandair’s website allows you to select stopover and build an Iceland stopover into your round trip itinerary. In my searches the stopover usually increases the ticket price about $15.

Icelandair  $358.28 round trip JFK – KEF – Stockholm, Sweden ARN – KEF – JFK with Iceland stopover

Sat November 26 New York JFK – Reykjavik, Iceland KEF (3-night stopover)

Tuesday November 29 Reykjavik KEF – Stockholm ARN

Wednesday Dec 7 Stockholm ARN – KEF – New York JFK

JFK-ARN $358 with KEF stopover

The long nights of late Fall provide good opportunities in the Nordic regions to spot the Aurora Borealis northern lights.

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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