Book now: Economy, Premium Economy and Business Class flights to Europe are on sale

Airlines haven’t stopped cutting fares to Europe this month. Here’s the latest deal: Icelandair and SAS are touting economy, premium economy and business class flights to several European cities.

These flights only depart from Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle, but the options other than that are endless. You can travel to London, Paris, Berlin, Reykjavik, Copenhagen, and Brussels, to name a few. Icelandair and SAS also have premium economy and business class deals to Munich; Dublin. Frankfurt. Stockholm; Zurich. Amsterdam. Hamburg, Germany; and Dusseldorf, Germany.

The travel dates for these deals are February through June and August through October, but keep in mind that dates also vary widely by route.

With so many discounted fares across all categories, these prices won’t last long, so be sure to book your flights quickly.

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Deal basics

Airlines: Iceland and SAS.
Methods: From Los Angeles, New York and Seattle to multiple European cities.
How to book: Search through Google Flights to find the best dates and then book directly with the airline of your choice.
Travel dates: Generally from February to June and from August to October.
mediated book: the next day or two.

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Sample flights

If you’re flying from Los Angeles, New York, or Seattle, you can fly to almost any major tourist destination in Europe with these deals. In addition, you have the option to fly in economy class, premium economy or in Iceland’s Saga Premium class, which is similar to business class.

These are some of the trips that stood out for us:

  • Iceland: John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Keflavik International Airport (KEF), starting at $442.
  • Iceland: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to KEF, starting at $461.
  • SAS: JFK to Brussels Airport (BRU), from $619 (this is a premium economy flight and includes a stopover in Copenhagen).
  • SAS: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Copenhagen Airport (CPH), from $739 (this is a premium economy flight).
  • SAS: LAX to Oslo Airport (OSL), from $795 (this is a premium economy flight and includes a stopover in Copenhagen).
  • SAS: LAX to Heathrow Airport (LHR), from $832 (this is a premium economy flight and includes a stopover in Copenhagen).
  • Iceland: JFK to KEF, starting at $929 (this is a Saga Premium ride).
  • Iceland: JFK to Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER), from $1,040 (this is a Saga Premium flight and includes a stopover in Reykjavík).
  • Iceland: SEA to Helsinki Airport (HEL), from $1,030 (this is a Saga Premium flight and includes a stopover in Reykjavík).
  • Iceland: SEA to Dublin Airport (DUB), from $1,022 (this is a Saga Premium flight and includes a stopover in Reykjavík).
  • Iceland: SEA to Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), from $1,303 (this is a Saga Premium flight and includes a stopover in Reykjavík).

We recommend using Google Flights to determine availability and then booking flights on the airline’s website because airlines are more reliable in the event of a flight cancellation, delay, or change of booking.

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The number of options with these deals can be overwhelming. You can fly business class with Iceland or premium economy class with SAS. If you’re on a budget, you can travel in Iceland’s basic economy to Reykjavik.

Let’s say you want to fly business class to Europe, specifically to Berlin from JFK. The $1,040 Saga Premium cruise from Iceland is a steal—the typical price for such a trip to Berlin is around $3,500.

Google Trips

As seen above, the Iceland Saga Premium flight on March 28 will depart JFK at 8:25pm and arrive in Berlin at 1:10pm.

For return flights, the April 4 flight to Berlin JFK departs at 2:10 p.m. Both flights to and from Berlin include a stopover in Reykjavík.

Google Trips

While Google Flights shows the price of a round-trip ticket from JFK to Berlin as $974, the flights actually cost $1,040 if you book directly on the Icelandair website. Sometimes prices on Google Flights differ from those on airline websites due to the availability of third-party options. For this route, Google Flights offers the option to book with several third-party sites.

Google Trips

Iceland’s Saga Premium class is almost identical to the typical business class you’d find on many other airlines, except Saga Premium doesn’t have lie-flat seats. Passengers can bring one hand baggage and two checked bags with Saga Premium. This fare also includes meal service.

Google Trips

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These deals with Europe are incredible, so they certainly won’t last long. Traveling in economy or premium business class to Europe can cost thousands of dollars. However, Iceland and SAS have a good number of deals to Europe for under $1,000 – and Saga Premium flights from Iceland are all well under $2,000.

You can fly at any price you like and visit almost any part of Europe during the warmer months. Usually, this is not only one of the most popular times to visit the continent, but also one of the most expensive.

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