Icelandair has introduced a new flexible fare structure that allows passengers from the US and Europe to book cheap one way flights to Iceland.
Cheap flights to Iceland are now available from all of Icelandair´s 23 European and North American destinations. Passengers can travel one way to Iceland from £70 from the UK, 845 DKK from Denmark and €175 from Germany, including taxes.
The new ticketing structure at Icelandair not only offers passengers the option of booking one way tickets, it also offers five different fare classes. Passengers can pay more to upgrade to a higher fare class and receive extra benefits such as more flexibility in changing tickets and more frequent flyer points. It is also possible to put together a trip comprising different fare classes, for example, travelling one leg in Saga Class and another leg in Economy.
As part of the launch of the new fare structure, Icelandair are offering flights to Iceland from US$ 250 one way (excl. taxes) from Baltimore / Washington, Boston, Minneapolis / St. Paul, New York and Orlando between 20 August and 31 October 2007.
European passengers can travel to Iceland from 17 European destinations including London, Berlin, Paris and Copenhagen. All Icelandair passengers can opt for a free stopover in Iceland before continuing their journey either to the US or Europe; giving enough time for a quick stop in the nearby Blue Lagoon thermal spa or for a longer stay in Iceland of up to 7 nights.
Further information on the new fare structure and cheap flights to Iceland can be found at www.icelandair.net