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About 

Icelandair is the main airline of Iceland, headquartered at Reykjavík Airport in Reykjavík. Other airlines that fly out of the airport include Air Iceland and Eagle Air. The airline flies to many destinations including Reykjavik, Akureyri, Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Anchorage, Barcelona, Bergen, Billund, Birmingham, Boston, Brussels, Chicago, Copenhagen, Denver, Edmonton, Frankfurt, Geneva, Glasgow, Gothenburg, Halifax, Hamburg, Helsinki, London, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Minneapolis, Montreal, Munich, New York, Orlando, Oslo, paris, Portland, Seattle, Stavanger, Stockholm, Toronto, Trondheim, Vancouver, Washington and Zurich.

 

The airline is part of the Icelandair Group and during the summer of 2015, will operate scheduled services to 39 cities in 16 countries on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean out of its hub at Keflavík International Airport. The geographical position of Iceland allows one-stop transatlantic flights, which are one pillar of the airline's business strategy, along with traffic to and from the country. The airlines fleet consists of Boeing 757-200s and Boeing 757-300s. The airlines is a member of IATA since 1950, a member of Association of European Airlines since 1957 and a member of Flight Safety Foundation since 1966.

 

Icelandair has codeshares with a number of airlines including Aeroflot, Air Iceland Connect, Alaska Airlines, Cabo Verde Airlines, Finnair, JetBlue, Scandinavian Airlines and Sun Country Airlines. 

 


 

Frequent Flyer Program

 

Icelandair operates a frequent flyer program called Saga Club to reward regular travellers with Icelandair.

There are three tiers of membership with the airline:

Saga Blue

Saga Silver

Saga Gold

When you fly with the airlines you will earn Saga Points for your flight and also for all your purchases you make on-board.

 


 

Baggage

Saga Class

Saga Class passengers are allowed two carry-on bags per person in addition to one small personal item. Saga Class passengers are also allowed two checked bags weighing up to 32 kg with a maximum size of 158cm.

There is a maximum weight allowed for each carry-on bag is 10kg. For Economy comfort, the airline allows two carry-on bags per person, in addition to one small personal item.

 

Economy Class

Economy Class passengers are allowed one carry-on bag per person and one small personal item. 

Economy Class passengers are allowed one piece of luggage of up to 23 kg. These baggage are for flights within Europe.

Economy Comfort passengers are allowed two checked bags weighing up to 23 kg each.

 


Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Passengers can check-in online by visiting the Alternative Airlines online check-in page and clicking on the airline's logo. From there, you must enter your flight details to complete the check-in. Web check-in opens 36 hours before flight time for international services and 24 hours before flight time for domestic services.

Airport Check-In

Passengers can check-in at the airport for their flight by either visiting the check-in desk or by using one of the self-service kiosks. 

 


Class Fares

The airline offers Economy Standard, Saga Premium (equivalent to a Business Class service), and Saga Premium Flex (an upgrade on Saga Premium).

 


Economy Class

Economy Class is great for passengers look for affordability and quality.

Economy Class Facilities

Economy Class passengers can enjoy a range of facilities, which include: complimentary non-alcoholic beverages, access to in-flight entertainment systems. If you would like alcoholic drinks, food or WI-FI you can purchase these on board for a fee. 

Passengers can check in a bag of up to 23kg.

Economy Class Seating

Enjoy from a choice of 161 seats in Economy Class seating. Please note, each aircraft has different variations of seating.

 


Business Class

Saga Premium service provides passengers with a luxury flight experience from airport to landing.

Business Class Facilities

The Saga Business Class lounge is designed to reflect the iconic style of Nordic design. Passengers can gaze at the stunning panoramic view while enjoying a delicious meal. Business Class passengers will find everything they need before their flight, whether they need to have a shower to freshen up or use the complimentary WIFI to catch up on work. With facilities for children and families, the SAGA lounge offers something for those travelling for both work and pleasure. Saga passengers can also avoid queues by going directly to priority boarding and check-in.

Business Class Seating

Business Class seats are arranged in groups of two, so each passenger has either window or aisle access. Saga passengers don't need to worry about getting bored on their flight, due to the extensive range of in-flight entertainment available from the comfort of their seat.

Upgrade to Saga Premium Flex

Choose Saga Premium Flex (an upgrade on Business Class, for premium comfort and exclusive perks alongside additional flexibility (including easier ticket changes and full refundability).

 


Inflight Entertainment

On all flights, passengers are provided with around 50 000 minutes of inflight entertainment. From new release movies to Icelandic music, there's something to keep everyone entertained on board your flight.

TV

Find inspirational travel documentaries on what to do in Iceland as well as classic British dramas, American sitcoms and Icelandic TV shows on board your Icelandair flight. There's a TV show to meet every taste when flying Icelandair.

Movies

From action-packed new releases to classic comedies, Icelandair has a movie for you no matter what your taste. Whether you love a cult-classic or a period drama, you'll find the right film for you on board your Icelandair flight.

 


 

Food

Meal Options

Passengers flying in Premium or Premium Flex receive a complimentary gourmet meal and drinks, and passengers ages 2-11 receive a free children’s meal and fruit juice. Infant meals must be pre-ordered on the Icelandair Service Desk.

Passengers who do not have food included in their fare can pre-order meals and snacks for their flight, or alternatively purchase on board using credit cards, debit cards and Icelandair Saga Points. Please note that pre-ordering online is cheaper.

Special Dietary Requirements

Icelandair request that passengers wishing to order a special meal for their flight call them to find out more and order.

Drinks & Alcohol

Icelandair offer passengers the ability to pre-order drinks on board. There are a selection of complimentary soft drinks, such as Pepsi, fruit juice and water, which can be pre-ordered, but also alcoholic beverages.

 


Book Icelandair Flights in English

We book Icelandair flights in English, meaning that communication when booking your flight is of top quality without any language issues. You can be assured that you are using a trustworthy and reliable company, who will ensure your flight is everything you desire and any queries you may have are answered.

 


Seat Selection

You can now pre-book seats on your Icelandair flight with Alternative Airlines. View the seats left available on the aircraft and choose the seat that works best for you.

 


 

 

Route Map

Icelandair route map

 

 

Popular Routes

 

Reykjavik  Plane icon  Chicago

 

Reykjavik Plane icon  Trondheim

 

Madrid   Plane icon  Reykjavik

 

Reykjavik  Plane icon  Orlando

 

London Plane icon  Reykjavik 

 

 
 
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Fleet

 

Boeing 757-200

 

Boeing 757-200f

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boeing 757-300

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boeing 767-300ER

 

 

 

 

Hub Airport

Keflavík International Airport

 

Keflavík International Airport also known as Reykjavík-Keflavík Airport, is the largest airport in Iceland and the country's main hub for international transportation. It is widely used for transatlantic routes.

Airlines that fly from and to Keflavík International Airport include are Lingus, British Airways, Lufthansa, Wizz Air and Germania. The airport also used to be the hub for Iceland Express, who has now unfortunately ceased operations. 

 

 

Aerial view of Keflavík International Airport