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Good airfares to Iceland (and beyond) October 2013

Reading through an email I just received from Icelandair, these airfares are pretty good. Perhaps someone here can take advantage.

To Reykjavik from:

Boston from $585
New York from $605
D.C. from $585
Seattle from $615
Denver from $605

To 20 other European destinations, connecting in Reykjavik:

least expensive ranging from $783 - $834

- taxes & fees included
- travel period is October 6 - 26, 2013
- must be booked by April 12, 2013 (this Friday)
- stopover in Iceland at no additional charge
- website = http://www.icelandair.us/

Additionally, the airline is announcing new service from Newark, NJ, (Liberty) commencing October 28, 2013. Flights will be 4 times weekly -- on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays. This supplements existing service from JFK, which remains unchanged.

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