Sep252016

Icelandair New York JFK to 10 cities in Europe $368-$507 round trip Jan-March

Icelandair has a big sale from New York JFK to Europe for January to March flights with 11 cities priced from $368 to $507 round trip, including Paris. London I $548 round trip. Icelandair does not charge for a carry-on bag or two checked bags, no seat assignment fee and allows you to book online a near free stopover in Iceland for up to 7 days, generally at a price of $5 to $20 in additional taxes. I show a stopover fare in Iceland on a Brussels ticket for $381.65 round trip at the end of this post.

Icelandair Fare Deals from New York JFK

  1. Brussels $368
  2. Copenhagen $384
  3. Stockholm $388
  4. Oslo, Norway $388
  5. Helsinki, Finland $399
  6. Munich $432
  7. Manchester, UK $438
  8. Amsterdam $451
  9. Paris Orly $499
  10. Frankfurt, Germany $507
  11. Reykjavik, Iceland $521 (cheaper to fly to Brussels and add stopover in Iceland $382)
  12. London LGW $548

 

Icelandair New York JFK – Reykjavik, Iceland KEF – Brussels, Belgium  BRU – KEF – JFK

$367.95 round trip  Sat Feb 4 – Sun Feb 12

JFK-BRU $368 FI Feb4-12

 

Iceland Stopover Fare $381.65 round trip

With the fare JFK to Iceland as a destination priced at $521 round trip, you can make Iceland your primary stop on a round trip ticket to Belgium and lower the price to $381 round trip. It takes playing around with dates to get a low fare. I tried four different dates with most stopover tickets pricing from $700s to over $1,000 round trip before finding this low $381 stopover ticket.

Icelandair  New York JFK – Reykjavik, Iceland KEF (4 night stopover) – Brussels, Belgium (3 nights) – KEF – JFK

$381.65 round trip  Sat Feb 4 – Sun Feb 12

JFK-BRU $382 FI stopover Feb4-12

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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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