Flight Deal: East Coast To Reykjavik, Iceland For As Low As $277
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Flight Deal: East Coast To Reykjavik, Iceland For As Low As $277

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DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor Apr 15, 2019

With WOW Air going out of business, many travelers may wonder how they would be able to find cheap flights to Iceland. Delta Airlines is solving that issue. They currently have routes from Philadelphia to Reykjavik for as low as $277 roundtrip.

These low priced flights do come with layovers. They will make short stops in Dallas and then a stop in NYC before heading to Reykjavik. The deal is also a part of Delta’s Basic fare, so you will need to check their website to see any restrictions under this fare.

This deal is valid for travel from mid-January to mid-February. You can find the dates that work best for you on Google Flights and then purchase them via Priceline to ensure the lowest price available.

Related: Iceland Takes First Place On List Of Safest Countries For Travel

Reykjavik, on the coast of Iceland, is the country’s capital and largest city. It’s home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Iceland’s viking history. The striking Hallgrimskirkja church and rotating Perlan glass dome offer amazing views of the sea and nearby hills. You can’t go to Iceland and not take a dip in the infamous geothermal Blue Lagoon spa, near the village of Grindavik. After all, Gucci Mane gave us all FOMO with his viral Instagram post from the lagoon. Now it’s your turn to do the same.

Icelandic is the official language, but English is widely spoken throughout the country. Signage around the country will often be in Icelandic, which may be a bit challenging if you’re driving, but since English is so widely used, you’ll be able to navigate with ease after a short period of time.

Reykjavik has a bustling arts and culture scene, and since the city is so small, you can see most of it in a few days.

If you’re on the East Coast, this deal is almost too good to pass up. Don’t miss out.

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