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Icelandair information

IATA code FI
Routes 66
Top route Reykjavik Keflavik Intl to Kastrup Copenhagen
Airports served 34
Top airport Reykjavik Keflavik Intl

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Overall rating

7.3 Good
Based on 9,381 reviews

Boarding
7.2

Comfort
7.3

Crew
8.0

Entertainment
7.6

Food
6.2

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Overview of Icelandair

When you decide to travel with Icelandair, you will be able to benefit from flights that go to over 15 different countries in both Europe and North America. If you are interested in visiting a European country, destinations such as the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, and Denmark are all popular options, while many flights are also offered to various cities in Canada and the United States.

If you will be flying with this airline, you can choose from three classes: Economy Light, Economy, and Saga Class. While both Economy Light and Economy provide basic amenities, including free drinks and access to entertainment, they also have restrictions on checked baggage. To have access to additional services, opt to fly in Saga Class, an option that provides you with a free warm meal of your choice, as well as items like blankets, pillows, and headsets.

Icelandair has become known for having codeshares with several different international airlines, including companies such as Finnair, JetBlue, Sun Country Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and Aeroflot.

The airline has over 5 different types of planes in its fleet, all supplied by Boeing and many of the aircrafts named after famous Icelandic volcanoes. The Boeing 767-300ER is the company's largest plane. With a capacity for over 200 passengers, it's known for comfort and spaciousness. The Boeing 757-200 is most commonly used by the airline, as there are over 20 of these planes in its fleet, and it is an option that can fit over 130 passengers and is primarily used for flights within Europe.

Icelandair Cancellation Policy

As the situation changes with coronavirus (COVID-19), Icelandair will continually update its policies accordingly. Please contact Icelandair directly for the latest information about cancellation fees. You can find the most up-to-date information on Icelandair policies here: Icelandair Travel Advisories & Policies
Flight status, cancellation, and delay data provided by Flightstats.com. Flightstats data may not always be accurate or error free. Always confirm the information provided here directly with your airline.
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