Thursday, August 19, 2010

Iceland Express Briefly Becomes the Price Leader on Hops Across the Pond

Well hello there!

In a valiant effort to establish itself in the crowded market, Iceland Express has launched a super-sale to Europe for early fall that's certainly caught my attention. How could it not? This little airline is undercutting the competition by hundreds of dollars.

Iceland Express is charging just $399 round-trip and including almost all taxes and fees, for flights from Newark Airport in New Jersey to 11 important European cities (Reyjavik, London, Oslo, Gothenburg, Aalborg, Copenhagen, Billund, Warsaw, Krakow, Berlin and Luxembourg). The only catch? You need to get where you're going via Iceland. Still, at this price, that seems like a small inconvenience.

Tickets must be booked by Monday, August 23 and are good for travel from now through September 30. Not all flights are being discounted, so if you can be flexible, you have a better chance of snagging the sale price. Good luck!
The Blue Lagoon in Icleand (Photo by Gunna)

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