Cheap Flights to Iceland: Fly to Reykjavik for $ 340 Roundtrip

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Editor’s Note: We know COVID-19 continues to impact your travel plans. As of April 2021, official guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention indicate that fully vaccinated people can travel at low risk, although safety precautions are still required. If you must travel, be sure to familiarize yourself with the latest CDC guidelines as well as the local requirements / protocols / restrictions for your destination and origin city upon your return. Be safe there.

If you’re willing to swap your sweatpants for work from home for hiking boots, there are some great prices on flights to Iceland right now. (Plus you can really recycle your sweatpants into boots in Iceland at the moment as part of a campaign to Visit Iceland.)

This is not a specific sale, just good prices from airlines like Delta, United and Icelandair. You will find flight prices below seasonal averages in some cities in the United States for travel from July to October. However, some cities have these prices until December or, if you depart from Boston, until 2022. The round-trip flights are as cheap as $ 340 at present.

Here’s a look at some of the low prices you’ll find right now, a few of which were recently highlighted by Cheap flights from Scott.

  • Boston: $ 424
  • Chicago: $ 452
  • Los Angeles: $ 649
  • Minneapolis: $ 479
  • New-York: $ 340
  • San Diego: $ 649
  • San Francisco: $ 649
  • Seattle: $ 576
  • Washington, DC: $ 404
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Screenshot via Google Flights

All these prices were found by Google Flights, making it easy to browse dates to find low prices. However, it’s worth finding your preferred flight dates there before checking the airline’s website to see if you can find that same flight for a lower price.

Be sure to determine what types of extras come with your flight when selecting the economy option with a particular airline. Baggage and seat selection fees can dramatically increase the cost of your flight.

Iceland recently reopened to travelers who can provide proof of completed vaccinations or having recovered from COVID-19. Once you’ve got on the plane to Reykjavik, there are plenty of options for some socially distant adventures as well.

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Dustin Nelson is Editor-in-Chief at Thrillist. Follow Dustin Nelson on Twitter.

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