[Icelandair] $448: Washington DC to Reykjavik, Iceland (Jan. - Feb.)

[Icelandair] $448: Washington DC to Reykjavik, Iceland (Jan. – Feb.)

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Editor’s Note: We encourage you to stay home now and travel later. All flight deals we are sharing are available starting from August onwards, and are cancelable or changeable fee-free.


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Cheap sale on Icelandair nonstop, round-trip flights from Washington DC to Reykjavik, Iceland. Availability January – February. Icelandair’s economy light fare includes seat assignment and two carry-on items (roller bag up to 22 lbs + personal item for free). Can be upgraded for $90. Book quick, this fare won’t last!

Remember: All major US airlines are offering free changes or cancellations in exchange for a travel voucher. See all airlines’ policies and details here.

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Thrifty Tip #2: Read about Our Top 10 Tips to Save Money Traveling in Iceland.



Fare Availability:

Washington DC to Reykjavik, Iceland (IAD – KEF) – $448 nonstop/roundtrip

  • Departures: January 18, 25, February 1-2, 6, 8-9, 16
  • Returns: January 19, 23, 25-26, 30, February 1-2, 6, 8-9, 13, 15-16
      • Allow 7 days between departure and return, will take trial and error.
      • Some dates are in cheaper price.

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