Icelandair is Iceland’s largest airline with roots dating back to the 1930s. Today, Icelandair operates a large fleet of Boeing aircraft and serves over 40 gateways in both North America and Europe.

One of the hallmarks of Icelandair’s services is the Icelandair Stopover, where passengers can pause their journey across the Atlantic by spending time in Iceland for up to seven nights with no additional airfare. The hub-and-spoke network of routes operated by Icelandair, with Iceland conveniently and centrally located between continents, is key to making an enjoyable stopover a feasible option.

Icelandair’s home base is Keflavík International Airport, a modern, convenient and manageable airport located only 40 minutes from Iceland’s capital, Reykjavík. Moreover, Icelandair’s sister company, the domestic carrier Air Iceland, flies from the central domestic city airport to various locations all around the country, making island exploration even easier and faster. Air Iceland also operates flights to both Greenland and the Faroe Islands. As a result, the curious traveller has all the tools necessary to enjoy the other-worldly landscapes, excellent hospitality and wonderful island customs the Northern Hemisphere has to offer.

At Icelandair, the in-flight experience is an important feature. All passengers enjoy personal access to an in-flight entertainment system and complimentary coffee, tea, water and other nonalcoholic beverages. Luggage and carry-on items are included in every class, and passengers can check in online or via mobile to make their journey even more convenient.

Passengers have a choice between three classes of service: Economy Class is for travellers who enjoy good onboard service. With six-abreast seating and a 32”/81 cm seat pitch, passengers can fly in comfort at a reasonable price.

Economy Comfort is excellent for business travellers and anyone looking for a little more privacy on board. The middle seat in each row of the six-abreast seating arrangement is reserved for additional comfort, and this class offers better legroom than Economy Class. Meals and most beverages are included, passengers enjoy priority check-in, and have access to the Icelandair Saga Lounge at Keflavík International Airport.

Saga Class is Icelandair’s premium business class. With wide seats, four-abreast seating and 40”/102 cm seating pitch, passengers travel in comfort at the front of the cabin, with priority boarding and de-boarding. Also, all meals and beverages are specially selected and complimentary. Saga Class passengers have lounge access and enjoy priority check-in on top of the mobile and online check-in options. Icelandair strives to offer good departure times from each gateway, and when crossing the Atlantic, passengers not doing a stopover should expect minimum transit time in Keflavík. Moreover, Icelandair has made codeshare agreements with various leading carriers on both sides of the Atlantic that further facilitate passenger journeys. Our service-minded company culture, frequent route network developments, and convenient North-Atlantic location mean that Icelandair is an excellent choice for anyone looking to cross the Atlantic and visit Iceland on the way.

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