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    Product Rating 4.5/7

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    Economy Class

  • Personal seatback screens show movies and TV programs; headphones available for sale or bring your own; Wi-Fi is being introduced throughout Icelandair fleet
  • Children under 12 years receive free meal, free headphones and coloring-in book
  • Soft drinks, water, tea and coffee served complimentary; snacks, meals and alcoholic beverages available for purchase
  • Seat pitch of 32 inch with seat selection available free
  • Newspapers and magazines available
  • Blankets and playing cards available for purchase; blankets and pillows provided complimentary on night flights
  • Baggage allowance of 1 x 23kg bag; baggage allowance of 2 x 23kg bags on flights to/from the US
  • Economy Comfort Class

  • Snacks and meals, alcohol, soft drinks, water, tea and coffee served complimentary; alcoholic spirits available for sale
  • Personal seatback screens show movies and TV programs; headphones available for sale or bring your own; Wi-Fi is being introduced throughout Icelandair fleet
  • Seat pitch of 33 inch with middle seat in each row of 3 kept free to create more space
  • Newspapers and magazines available
  • Blankets and playing cards available for purchase; blankets and pillows provided complimentary on night flights
  • Baggage allowance of 2 x 23kg bags
  • Business Class (Saga Class)

  • Meals, snacks and beverages including alcoholic beverages complimentary
  • Personal seatback screens show movies and TV programs; headphones provided; Wi-Fi is being introduced throughout Icelandair fleet
  • Seat pitch of 39 inch in 2-2 configuration
  • Newspapers and magazines available
  • Blankets and pillows provided
  • Baggage allowance of 2 x 32kg bags
    • Began in 1937 as Flugfelag Akureyrar before relaunching in 1940 as Flugfelag Islands
    • Flugfelag Islands and Loftleioir merged to become Icelandair in 1979
    • Primarily an international carrier which was a pioneer in the low cost carrier market and remains the model that Icelandair uses today
    • Domestic operations of Icelandair were combined with small airline Nordurflug in 1997 to form the Air Iceland subsidiary allowing IcelandAir to operate international flights only
    • Volcanic eruptions in Iceland in 2010 and 2011 caused massive disruptions and financial losses for the airline
    • 757-200
    • 757-300
    • Air Iceland

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