Icelandair, Iceland’s biggest and oldest airline, is offering 25 percent off the cost of economy class fares to Iceland this winter. With the Icelandic krona currently offering such good value for tourists, Iceland has become THE new budget destination.
Iceland’s iconic airline, Icelandair is celebrating the beauty of winter in style by offering 25 percent off economy class flights to Iceland and North America. The discount varies slightly from country to country and is applied before the addition of relevant tax and charges. All discount flights must be taken before the 31 March 2009.
Travellers booking on the United Kingdom and Ireland website receive the quarter-off price on flights to Reykjavik booked before 01 December.
Customers booking their flights on the Norwegian or Swedish websites have to book before the end of 27 November; but they also get the 25 percent discount on flights to the USA as well as Iceland.
Discount bookings on the Icelandair France website must also be made by 27 November and include flights to Reykjavik, Boston and New York.
Icelandair Denmark, Icelandair Germany and Icelandair Netherlands are offering the 25 percent discount on all economy class fares to Iceland booked by the end of 27 November.
Icelandic, Canadian and American customers are not left out either: the Icelandic website is now selling Icelandair’s famous Christmas gift cards. Why not buy a loved one the gift of travel in the New Year for as little as ISK 26,900?
Canadian travellers are able to take advantage of Icelandair flights to Paris from as little as CAD 603, London from CAD 551 and many others including Amsterdam from CAD 600. Also, the “Iceland Getaway” package offers an unbeatably good value taste of beautiful Iceland.
Customers in the USA have the chance to take Icelandair’s new “Unity Fares” – offering return flights to Iceland and Scandinavia from as little as USD 399.
As The IMF and the Nordic countries have banded together to help Iceland in its time of financial need, Icelandair has created Unity Fares as a way of saying “thank you”. What’s more, the strength of the US dollar against the Scandinavian currencies is making the region more welcoming to American travellers than ever. Unity fares must be booked by 27 November.