Based at Reykjavík Airport, Reykjavík, Iceland, Icelandair (FI) was established in 1937 and is the leading airline of Iceland. With a fleet size of more than 21 aircrafts and offering scheduled services to more than 35 cities in 16 countries, the airline aims at offering excellent onboard services. The airline has codeshare agreements with Finnair and Scandinavian Airline and offers scheduled passenger services in Amsterdam, Boston, London, Glasgow, Manchester and Newark.
Icelandair offers three types of classes in its airplanes: Economy, Economy Comfort and Saga Class (Business Class).
Saga Class (Business Class):Choose to travel in the Saga Class of Icelandair and experience service and luxury like never before. Those traveling on the Saga Class are offered with priority check-in, access to the VIP Lounge and pre-flight drinks. The Saga Class has luxurious seats with more legroom for maximum comfort and has a 4-abreast wide seating. Other amenities offered include noise reduction headphones, newspapers, hot towels, electric outlet, comfortable pillows and a duvet cover.
Economy Class:Offering quality at an affordable price, the Economy Class cabins are well equipped with amenities required when one is traveling. This cabin offers in-flight entertainment to keep you busy, blankets and pillows for your comfort and complimentary tea, coffee and non-alcoholic drinks to keep you refreshed. If you forgot to bring your headphones, they are available onboard for sale.
Economy Comfort Class:Offering priority check-in and lounge access, the Economy Comfort Class is where you get all the benefits of the Economy Class with some added amenities and services. Passengers are offered with complimentary headphones, meals and beverages. An electric outlet to keep your gadgets charged is available below the seats.
The online check-in service is offered to those departing from Finland, Sweden, Iceland, Norway or Denmark. The online check-in time ranges from 36 hours for European flights and 24 hours for USA flights before your departure.
Q. Which destinations are served by Icelandair?
A. Icelandair tickets are offered for destinations including Boston, Chicago,
Tampa, Dallas, Alicante, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Milan, Halifax, Copenhagen,
Munich, Barcelona, and more.
Q. What are Icelandair hand luggage rules?
A. Icelandair allows passengers can take 2 hand baggage with a maximum weight
of 10 kg in Saga and Economy Comfort classes and 1 hand baggage with
maximum weight of 10 kg in Economy Class. The maximum dimensions allowed
are 45 linear inches (L+B+H).
Q. What are Icelandair checked luggage rules?
A. Travelers with Icelandair reservations can take checked baggage with a
maximum weight of 32 kg in Saga Class (2 bags), 23 kg in Economy Comfort
Class (2 bags), and 23 kg in Economy Class (1 bag). The maximum dimensions
allowed are 62 linear inches (L+B+H).
Q. How to check-in online for Icelandair flights?
A. You can check-in online for Icelandair flights by visiting the official
website of the airline. Check-in online and print the boarding pass at home
to save time. The online check-in service is offered to those departing
from Finland, Sweden, Iceland, Norway or Denmark. The online check-in time
ranges from 36 hours for European flights and 24 hours for USA flights
before the scheduled departure.
Q. What size bag can you carry on Icelandair for free in 2019?
A. The maximum dimensions allowed for a carry-on bag are 45 linear inches
(L+B+H). Passengers are allowed to take for free 2 hand baggage with a
maximum weight of 10 kg in Saga and Economy Comfort classes and 1 hand
baggage with maximum weight of 10 kg in Economy Class. In case of checked
baggage, travelers can take a maximum weight of 32 kg in Saga Class (2
bags), 23 kg in Economy Comfort Class (2 bags), and 23 kg in Economy Class
(1 bag). The maximum dimensions allowed are 62 linear inches (L+B+H).
Q. What is Award Points Program?
A. Award Points Program is a loyalty program by Icelandair. It allows members
to earn miles in-flight with other top Scandinavian airlines or with stays
at some of the best hotels chains such as Hilton and Radisson. One can also
rent a car with Hertz and SixT and earn even more points.
Q. How to get Icelandair cheap flights?
- A. Buying through OTAs can help you get great discounts on your plane tickets.
- Subscribe to newsletter to get frequent updates on Icelandair flight deals.
- Book flight tickets in advance to avoid paying more at the last minute.
- Booking flights for an odd hour can help you get a cheap ticket.
- Using incognito mode in the browser can help you save on airfares.
Q. Are Icelandair tickets cheaper at the airport?
A. Flights are never cheaper at the airport. Online flight booking can help
you save big on airfare as flight booking sites offer various deals,
discounts, and promo codes on flight booking. You can make use of the
market competition to search for the cheapest tickets. It’s rare to get
exciting offers on flight booking at the airport.