New York: €276 Icelandair Flights from Copenhagen (€423 with Luggage)

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Icelandair is an airline that comes with big upsides and downsides. An upside: you can add a stopover in Iceland and explore the island – a great experience. The downside: the flights don’t include anything other than a carry-on bag – not even a snack. Currently, however, there’s an additional upside: the price! You can fly from Copenhagen to New York for only €276 (~DKK 2,054)!

Our calendar displays all available dates for trips of 3 to 21 days. You can get the cheapest price by booking through an OTA. Booking directly on Icelandair’s website costs roughly €45 more, but is sadly necessary if you want to fly with luggage or add a stopover in Iceland.

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The flights from Copenhagen to Iceland’s capital are operated with a Boeing 767, as are the flights to New York. Booking a fare that includes luggage is also possible and would increase the price by roughly €145 (~DKK 1,079) – which is no longer an attractive price.

Search & Book

You can fly between January 3 and June 18 as long as you respect the minimum stay requirement of 3 days (or a Sunday). You can simply use our calendar above to be redirected to our Travel-Dealz flight search or to Icelandair’s booking site. Alternatively, you can check for available dates on Google Flights.

To add a stopover in Iceland, select Icelandair Stopover when searching for flights on Icelandair’s homepage:

Mileage

The tickets are issued in booking class U, meaning that this round trip should get you 1,960 miles on Alaska Mileage Plan. No other program will credit you any miles for these flights.

Information & Tips for New York

It is THE dream destination in the USA. The 5 districts of New York City offer more than any other metropolis in the world. And due to the high number of flights to New York, it is usually the cheapest way to get to the USA.

The Best Time to Travel

The best travel time with moderate temperatures is from April to June and from September to November. Summers can bring heat waves with high humidity. Winters are often snowy and very cold.

Climate diagram for New York City, New York (Source: WMO World Weather Information Service)

From the airport to the city

New York City is served by three commercial airports: John F. Kennedy Intl. Airport in Queens (probably the most famous), Newark Intl. Airport in Newark, New Jersey (which is not located in NYC, but serves the metropolitan area just like the others) and LaGuardia Airport also in Queens (which is closest to the city).

John F. Kennedy Intl. Airport

Public transport: From Manhattan by subway or LIRR to Jamaica (price varies from $2.75 – $10.00), continue with AirTrain to JFK ($6). Travel time 45 – 60 minutes.

Taxi: To Manhattan $52.50 (+ $5.50 toll), 45 – 90 minutes depending on traffic.

Newark Intl. Airport

Public transport: Almost $20 with a combination of AirTrain Newark and NJ Transit to Penn Station. Almost 45 minutes drive.

Taxi: To Manhattan $50 – $70 (+ $8 toll), journey time 35 – 60 minutes depending on traffic.

LaGuardia Airport

Public transport: LaGuardia is only served by buses, these are slow and don’t have much space to store luggage, but with $2,75 they are very cheap.

Taxi: To Manhattan $20 – $30, journey time 15 – 30 minutes depending on traffic.

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