• 4 Jul 2016, 9:45
  • Luis

British Airways flights from London to Iceland just £78


Take this opportunity to visit the stunning scenery and experience the Blue Lagoon for yourself. British Airways are offering direct flights from London to Iceland for just £78 return.

Always wanted to discover the treasures of Iceland? Visit this unique place with cheap direct summer flights from Bristol. This adventure allows you to explore the stunning natural beauty of Iceland’s volcanic landscape with its snow-covered glaciers, lava fields, steaming geysers and black beaches. It is definately one of the most amazing countries in the world. Go and enjoy the breathtaking waterfalls, majestic mountains and geothermal springs of this amazing island.

Travel dates:
November 2016 to May 2017

Example dates:
12-19 Nov, 21-26 Nov, 6-10 Dec, 10-14 Jan, 17-21 Jan, 28 Feb – 4 Mar, 21-25 Mar, 12-19 May

London – Reykjavik – London

How to book:
Click here follow links below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage policy:
1 Handbag/laptop bag plus an additional cabin bag

Sample reservation:
London – Reykjavik – London>>


We encourage you to stay at 3* 101 Guesthouse Reykjavik from £128 per night in a double or twin room! This well reviewed property is set in Reykjavik and is within a short walk of local sightseeing spots. It is moments from The Living Art Museum, restaurants and nightlife options. 101 Guesthouse Reykjavik is conveniently located for discovering Reykjavik with Iceland Academy of the Arts and The Sun Voyager within walking distance. Reykjavik Airport is within a 10-minute drive. This 3-star guest house offers a currency exchange, a 24-hour reception and luggage storage. Airport transfers and a dry cleaning service are available upon request. 101 Guesthouse offers spacious rooms equipped with heating and a radio, plus all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.


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