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There’s a new airfare sale with WOW Air. According to PRNewswire, WOW Air is offering $45 one-way flights to Iceland. Here’s what you need to know.

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What’s the deal with $45 flights to Iceland from WOW Air

  • Book your flight on Monday, February 18, 2019 – President’s Day
  • Go to WOW Air (click here)
  • The $45 one-way fares to Reykjavik (KEF) Iceland are offered from the following airports:
    • New York City/Newark (EWR)
    • Boston (BOS)
    • Detroit (DTW)
    • Baltimore/Washington DC (BWI)
  • Travel dates: March 1 and May 31, 2019
  • You have to book a return trip (priced separately)
  • The offer applies to 1,000 seats on selected flights (when booked with a return trip)

Depending on when you travel, you might still be able to catch the Northern Lights. Let us know if you’re able to take advantage of this deal.


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