Iceland flights from $1,487 return

Cristal Dyer 14 February 2018 NEWS

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Travel to another world and see the Northern Lights in person.

Iceland seems like it's a whole nother world away and when there's a 27-hour flight involved, it might as well be. If you've always wanted to witness the natural wonder that is the Northern Lights Iceland is one of the best places to see them.

British Airways is giving Aussies the opportunity to get there for cheaper than we've ever seen before with flights less than $1,500 return.

You can fly from Sydney to Reykjavik for $1,487 return with British Airways. The lowest fares are for travel in March to June and October to November. Business class flights are also available from $6,533.

The Northern Lights start appearing from September until April but February to March and September to October are considered the best months to see them.

June and July are the months of the midnight sun, which can be an amazing thing to see but be prepared for your sleep patterns to be thrown out of whack.

Definitely consider taking an eye mask.

To book: Head to to choose your dates and book your seat. The sale is available until 26 February unless sold out prior.

How cheap are these fares?

These are possibly the cheapest flights we’ve seen and with the combination of great dates and full-service airline, you’re definitely on to a winner.

Flights with British Airways can get up to $2,682 for return flights to Iceland and you can also get prices flying with a combination of Emirates and Icelandair from $2,073.


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