Arthur Frommer

December 19, 2010

Arthur Frommer: Iceland Express offers deals to Europe

We tend to forget that a feisty, cost-cutting carrier called Iceland Express (not to be confused with the larger and long-established Icelandair) is now crossing the Atlantic (via Reykjavik, Iceland) throughout the year, and offering the world's best prices for those flights. If you go to, you'll find that the relatively new airline is currently charging a total of $469, including all taxes and fees, for that round-trip flight from New York, on twice-weekly dates between Jan. 7 and March 28. Considering the inclusion of hefty, British-determined fees and taxes, its price is the lowest for that route in travel today.

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