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Return Iceland flights during peak Northern Lights season

November, December and January flights are a lot cheaper than we'd expect

From £32

Published by
Raph Giacardi·03/11/2023

October-April is the best time of year to see the Northern Lights in Iceland. But of these seven months, those with the longest nights (November, December and January) give the best chances.

Flight prices are usually higher in those months (call it a Northern Lights tax). But we've found return London–Reykjavik flights from as little as 32*.

Additional Information

*We might be Pirates, but we’re an honest bunch. We check all our deals when we review them to make sure everything is available. Here’s the catch: with deals this hot, things change quickly: flight prices fluctuate, hotel rooms sell out, currencies yo-yo. Mainly, demand for the best deals means the lowest prices don’t last long. But, if you’ve missed out this time, don’t worry: we’re working on more great offers.

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