Icelandair

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One of Icelandair's strategies is to bring intrepid travellers to and from Iceland. It also takes advantage of Iceland's enviable location between northern Europe and the east coast of the USA and offers transatlantic flights from a single source. Can Iceland Air fly you? The Icelandair is Iceland's national airline. Icelandair offers flights to Iceland and convenient onward flights to the USA and Canada from Brussels.

The Icelandair offers a variety of check-in services, which include on-line and remote check-in.

The Icelandair offers a variety of check-in services, which include on-line and handheld check-in. Long-distance check-in for European and Canadian services opens 36 hrs prior to flight departures and 24 hrs prior to flight departures to the USA. Economy travelers within Europe can carry a free carryall. Economycomfort travelers can carry two pockets of this capacity, while Saga Classic travelers can carry two pockets up to 32kg.

Members of the loyalty programme will be able to take an additional pocket-money with them. Premium & Business Icelandair American Express card holder can take 10kg with them. Toddlers can also carry a 23 kg heavy case, a pram and a baby-carrycot.

However, holders of Premium & Business Icelandair American Express tickets can carry an additional pocket up to 23 kg. Additional handbags can be bought if needed. Fees are 35 (approx. 27.60)* for European air travel, 90 (approx. 71)* for Icelandic and 100 (approx. 78.90)* for European air travel* for additional on-line purchases or 10% off for purchases from an Icelandair Service Centre.

Economical occupants can anticipate a seating distance of 32-33", while Saga Classic occupants enjoy the added leg room of a 40" inseat. Travellers in economy comfort and saga classes enjoy free meal. Eating and drinking is available for economics travel. The Icelandair is a rather timely carrier, as around 74% of air travel arrives on schedule.

Toot or not?

Saving varies depending on origin/destination, duration, date of your visit and chosen itineraries. When you do not get an ATOL certificate, the reservation is not ATOL-protected. However, if you obtain an ATOL certificate but not all parts of your journey are included, these parts are not ATOL-protected.

Such cover was organised by International Passenger Protection Limited and taken out by certain Lloyd's insurers.

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