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Wow: Icelandair’s Next US Destination Will Be Tampa!

The number of flights to/from Iceland the past few years has increased at an incredible pace, thanks to huge expansion from Icelandair and WOW Air. Both airlines operate similar business models, where they're using Iceland as a hub to connect passengers traveling between North America and Europe. Both airlines also offer "free" stopovers in Iceland, where passengers can explore Iceland for up to a week without breaking the fare, which is a great opportunity, given how beautiful Iceland is.
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