Icelandair

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Founded in 1937, Icelandair has been Iceland's national airline for over 80 years. The main transport hub is the capital's KEF Reykjavik airport. Due to its geographical location, the company operates non-stop flights to 26 countries in North America and destinations in Europe. The company serves a route network of 49 destinations: 26 regular flights to European cities and 23 to North American destinations.

Icelandair Fleet

As of the beginning of 2020, the airline's fleet consisted of 36 modern airplanes. Every three years, the company updates its fleet by ordering the latest generation of aircraft and pays special attention to daily maintenance.

Icelandair

Address: Reykjavíkurflugvelli, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland

Phone number: +354 5050100

IATA code: FI

Aircraft fleet: 36

Website:

FAQ

How to book an airline ticket for Icelandair?

You can buy a ticket for Icelandair on our website by filling out the online form.

How many countries do Icelandair airplanes fly to?

Icelandair performs flights to 2 countries.

Which flight directions does Icelandair serve?

Icelandair airplanes take passengers to many cities around the world, including Reykjavik, London, Paris, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Dublin, Oslo, Frankfurt, and others.

What is the most frequent destination for Icelandair planes?

The aircraft of Icelandair most often perform New York - Reykjavik, Paris - Reykjavik, London - Reykjavik flights.

Who can I address in case my luggage is lost or damaged by Icelandair?

You must immediately contact the baggage search service at the airport of arrival (LOST & FOUND / Passenger Service).

Is it cheaper to buy air tickets for Icelandair flights at the airport?

No, tickets at the airport are always more expensive. Online booking of flight tickets will help you save money because Planet of Hotels offers various discounts when buying tickets. Besides, using the Planet of Hotels system, you can search for tickets from among all airlines, thus getting the most favorable offer.