Question : Are you paying the cheapest or highest price for your ticket to Reykjavik?
Answer : Ranging from $604 to $1,047, prices for YYT to KEF do fluctuate more than the majority of routes from Canada. Prices tend to be lower the further out you book.
Question : How long do most people visit Reykjavik?
Answer : Of course you're not most people, but if you were, you'd stay roughly 16 days.
Question : Would you be willing to change your travel days if it saved you money?
Answer : For the month of June, Thursday is your lowest-cost day to fly. Being flexible with your travel days garners even more savings during booking.
Question : How often are flights late from St. John's International Airport (YYT) to Keflavik International Airport (KEF)?
Answer : The St. John's to Reykjavik route has been particularly poor at getting passengers to their destination on time and currently ranks among the worst in the world. If a flight is late, expect an average of over two hours added to your flight time.
Question : Which airline is giving the best deals for round-trip flights from St. John's International Airport (YYT) to Keflavik International Airport (KEF)?
Answer : Air Canada is the leader in keeping prices down for their passengers over the next three months. Bookings are being made at just $604 and, when compared to the high-end bookings of $1,047, it's quite a deal.
Question : How does St. John's to Reykjavik stack up against the rest of the world in overall promptness?
Answer : Using the combined on-time percentage and average delay breakdown, St. John's to Reykjavik currently has a 0 out of a possible 5 star rating. A 0-star rating means you should feel rather worried about getting to Reykjavik on time.
Question : What is the cheapest day to fly in the next four weeks?
Answer : Since low prices are preferred, look at May 23rd. As of May 22nd, it's showing the cheapest ticket sales at $846. That is 11% below the average price for this route, so you can spend that extra cash on an adventure rather than the flight.