Iceland Express – Fares to and from Iceland now more transparent
As we know, a part of the «fun» of looking for bargain airfares is ploughing through what is sometimes a disgracefully user-unfriendly websites. We search manually week after week, laboriously comparing dozens of prices while swearing under our breath. That is why an attempt to make the website more user friendly is always welcome.
Iceland Express has introduced a new quote «sexy, low price bar chart» unquote which makes it really easy to find the lowest fares in a given period. This new feature works in a simple manner. One chooses one of the accessible routes whereupon the prices are visualised in the form of a bar chart and are shown for one passenger, one-way including taxes. You can display the next/previous months by clicking on the icons below the chart. In addition you can change currency. Simple and convenient.
We felt like putting this new feature to the test and found a handful of affordable fares we would love to share with you. What about London Gatwick (LGW) – Keflavik International (KEF) for £69, Copenhagen – Kastrup (CPH) – Keflavik International (KEF) €114,Warsaw – Keflavik International (KEF) from €165, Berlin Schonefeld (SXF) – Keflavik International (KEF) from €148?
Interested? We suggest you go to the carrier's website and find the banner with a blue piggy bank.
Slawomir Budziak, Oct 4, 2010
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