*direct* to Iceland at under £100 return from all over UK & Ireland (Easyjet, Icelandair)

Iceland deals are back for the Northern Lights season, with options to fly from all over at under £60 return!

Iceland deals are back for the Northern Lights season with options to fly from all over, at under £100 return!

And better still: Icelandair has some great options this time from some airports the low-cost carriers don't cover on this route, making Heathrow, Glasgow and Dublin departures possible too.

Travel Tip: The famed Blue Lagoon is a great visit, but if you're after a cheaper, less crowded alternative to enjoy the thermal pools, check out the 'Secret Lagoon'. The drive there is also spectacularly scenic :-)
To:

Reykjavik (KEF)

From:

London (LHR) - £63
London (LTN) - £41
London (LGW) - £55
Manchester (MAN) - £56
Edinburgh (EDI) - £52
Glasgow (GLA) - £98
Dublin (DUB) - £96 (€109)

Travel Dates: September 2018 - March 2019 (excluding Xmas period)

Airline: WizzAir, EasyJet & Icelandair

Standard Fare: £200

Bags: Single carry-on bag included

Book by: These fares should last a few more days
Note: Jack's Flight Club does not partner with nor receive referral fees from any of the sites linked below. Our only incentive is to help you snag a great fare!
Here's how to book:

1. Head to Google Flights and use their handy calendar tool to find the best travel dates for your route, by locating the dates with the lowest fares. Make sure to use the 'trip length' tool at the bottom of the calendar display to set how long you'd like to travel for. Once you have, the calendar will display flight prices for your exact trip length, to help you identify travel dates:

Important note: If your airport is covered by Icelandair proceed to step 2, as the fares in Momondo are significantly lower than those you see on Google flights. For routes covered by Easyjet and Wizz, I recommend booking directly with the airline.
2. To get the lowest possible fares with Icelandair, head over to Momondo, re-enter your itinerary and book with an OTA (online travel agent).



New here? Here is everything you need to know about using Google flights, Momondo/Kayak, when/where/how to book and other tips to snagging a flight deal :-)
 
 

If you end up booking this flight, please do hit reply and tell me!

Cheers,
Jack