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Using Frequent Flyer Miles To Go To Iceland: Delta JFK- Reykjavik (KEF) Review In BusinessElite  Add to collection

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Last week, I was able to find some l0w-level award space on Delta’s seasonal route from New York (JFK) to Reykjavik, Iceland (KEF), which spurred my last minute trip to Iceland. After burning 100,000 SkyMiles and $47 for BusinessElite, I was booked and ready to go.

Decent Low-Level availability

Decent low-level availability JFK-KEF.

Delta offers seasonal summer service which runs through September 1, from New York-Reykjavik onboard their 757-200ER planes which feature 16 BusinessElite seats, 25 Economy Comfort, and 130 Economy Seats. I was scheduled to depart at 11:49pm, but due to a late arriving aircraft from Los Angeles, I was delayed about an hour, which meant more time to spend in the Delta’s new T4 Sky Club/Sky Deck.

Delta BusinessElite JFK-KEF on 757-200ER.

Delta BusinessElite JFK-KEF on 757-200ER.

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