Icelandair Launches Spring Fare Sale With Round-Trip Flights Starting at $379

As of today, travelers can book flights from Boston, Chicago, and Anchorage to Dublin, Oslo, and Amsterdam at steep discounts.

Icelandair Launches Spring Fare Sale With Round-Trip Flights Starting at $379

Planning a stopover in Iceland? Vik is only three hours from the airport.

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Just as more European destinations roll out plans for reopening or loosening restrictions, Icelandair has launched its spring fare sale.

Starting February 22 and running through March 8, the airline is offering round-trip fares for as low as $379 for economy light seats and $999 for saga premium (akin to business class) on flights from 12 U.S.cities (and three Canadian ones) to 20 destinations scattered across Europe.

Some of Icelandair’s best deals include:

  • Washington, D.C. (IAD) to Stockholm, Sweden, and Helsinki, Finland: $399
  • Baltimore (BWI) to Amsterdam, Netherlands, and Dublin, Ireland: $399
  • Chicago (ORD) to Brussels, Belgium: $419
  • Denver (DEN) to Zurich, Switzerland: $539
  • New York (JFK) to Dublin: $379
  • New York (JFK) to Rome, Italy, and Bergen, Norway: $399
  • Portland, Oregon (PDX) to Glasgow, U.K., and Manchester, U.K.: $499

It’s worth noting that the deals don’t extend to the peak summer season. Travel dates are limited to April 20 through June 15, and August 15 through December 20, 2022. And although Icelandair has codeshare partnerships with companies including Alaska and JetBlue, the promotion is strictly for Icelandair flights.

The economy light fare is also Icelandair’s simplest—it doesn’t include a checked baggage allowance, seat selection, or much flexibility in changing tickets once they’re issued. But the cost to upgrade to economy standard, where those perks are offered, is usually about $60.

And, as with all Icelandair flights, you can add a free Iceland stopover (ranging from one to seven nights) to any itinerary, making it an easy and affordable way to see two destinations for the price of one.

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Bailey Berg is a freelance travel writer and editor, who covers breaking news, trends, tips, transportation, sustainability, the outdoors, and more. She was formerly the associate travel news editor at Afar. Her work can also be found in the New York Times, the Washington Post, National Geographic, Condé Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure, the Points Guy, Atlas Obscura, Vice, Thrillist, Men’s Journal, Architectural Digest, Forbes, Lonely Planet, and beyond.
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