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Iceland’s low-cost carrier WOW Air is launching seasonal service to Reykjavik from Boston (BOS) and Baltimore (BWI) and WOW are they doing it in style, offering great deals on flights to not only to Iceland, but also to other European destinations including Copenhagen.

We’ve written in the past about the cheap WOW Air fares to Iceland and onto Europe, and the airline is still offering some cheap fares this summer to Iceland and beyond if you’re looking to head oversees.

Here’s a look at some fares that are still available:

Boston to Reykjavik one-way for $161.10 in Sept

Head from Boston to Iceland for $161 one-way.
Head from Boston to Iceland for $161 one-way.

Boston to Reykjavik round-trip for $505.62 in July

Round-trip Boston to Iceland for
Round-trip Boston to Iceland for $505 this summer.

Boston to Copenhagen round-trip for $562.06 in June

Round-trip Boston to Copenhagen for
Round-trip Boston to Copenhagen for

When it comes to the WOW Air fleet, they currently operate all coach A320’s and A321’s. The A320’s have 180 seats in coach, where the A321’s have 200 seats in coach. You can check out this WOW Air flight review from Jaunted, for more info about the flight experience.

Wow Air Cabin (Jaunted)
The interior of the Wow Air cabin doesn’t look so bad! (Jaunted)

If headed to Iceland, KEF is located south of Reykjavik in the southwest corner of Iceland. Aside from rental cars (most major international car rental brands have offices at KEF, as well as in downtown Reykjavik), there are two ways to get from the airport to the city center: an expensive taxi ride (about $100 US) or a comfortable bus, either of which takes about 45 minutes.

I spent an awesome five days in Iceland last year, and I hope you’ll be able to do the same. Also be sure to check out our $99-Fare Guide to Iceland on what to do while you’re there!

Reminder: You can bank extra credit card points by using a card that maximizes airfare purchases, like 3x on airfare with the American Express Premier Rewards Gold or 2x on the Chase Sapphire Preferred. Check out this post for more on maximizing airfare purchases.

If you’re able to score one of these tickets, please share the good news and your travel plans in the comments below!

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