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Europe Seat Sale from Toronto (Icelandair)

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  • Jun 7th, 2018 3:38 pm
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Europe Seat Sale from Toronto (Icelandair)

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June 10, 2018
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Icelandair
Icelandair has dropped prices for fall travel to cities across Europe, resulting in best-in-market pricing on several routes.

The sale ends Sunday and covers roundtrip travel from Toronto from Sept. 3 - Dec. 18. Here are some of the favourite fares:

Amsterdam ... $429
Paris ... $449
Copenhagen ... $459
London or Zurich ... $499
All flights connect in Reykjavik, where you can add an Iceland stopover at no additional airfare cost.

All bookings include free seat selection, a carry-on bag (up to 22 pounds), nonalcoholic drinks and in-flight entertainment.
The lowest-priced Economy Light fares require a Saturday-night stay. Standard fares start from $50 more and include one checked bag.
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Deal Addict
Mar 29, 2010
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Actually it's only $360 CDN+ roundtrip if you plan a stopover in Iceland and create a multi destination itinerary

Toronto to:
Iceland & London – $360 RT
Iceland & Amsterdam – $410 RT
Iceland & Paris – $417 RT
Iceland & Glasgow – $547 RT
Iceland & Manchester – $449 RT
Iceland & Berlin – $489 RT
Iceland & Zurich – $460 RT

See link for details and dates:

https://nextdeparture.ca/flight-deal/2- ... celandair/
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Jul 25, 2008
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Ottawa
I love to visit Iceland.

Great price for stop over
Newbie
Oct 30, 2013
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Alberta
For those who are interested and have not visited Iceland
I just want to warn you that food and costs of things is very expensive so be prepared to spend a lot
bring food/snacks/water as the stuff at the airport is very pricey if you have a long layover
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Apr 26, 2004
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bertstare wrote: For those who are interested and have not visited Iceland
I just want to warn you that food and costs of things is very expensive so be prepared to spend a lot
bring food/snacks/water as the stuff at the airport is very pricey if you have a long layover
Bonus supermarket (with the pig logo) has prices on par with what you would find here.
Sr. Member
Aug 23, 2005
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Ontario
Anyone getting these prices? Searching for a flight to Amsterdam with stopover in Iceland but getting much higher seat prices within same dates than suggested in this thread.
Deal Guru
Jun 26, 2011
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GTA
I also searched some of the dates for Germany but had no luck.
Deal Addict
Jul 23, 2007
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Perhaps the one's above looking with no luck, are searching in the wrong months? I'm not even doing a serious search and yet I get hits for a number of European cities in Google Flights, but mostly in October/November. From there it takes you right through to the Icelandair website at around the fare prices stated above. Although I have no plans to partake, thanked the OP for taking the time to post.
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Jul 23, 2007
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I'm even seeing departures from Vancouver to the UK (London, Manchester, or Glasgow) for well under $500 in Oct/Nov. $401 return to London from YVR.

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