Icelandair is seeking to add some grandeur to the runway with the reveal of its latest special livery to mark 100 years of Icelandic independence and sovereignty.
Icelandair has launched Team Iceland Stopover, a selection of 90-minute, football-inspired experiences curated by the Icelandic national team, free for all passengers to enjoy.
Boeing and Icelandair have celebrated the delivery of the airline’s first 737 MAX as the Icelandic carrier seeks to grow and renew its fleet and enhance its trans-Atlantic operations.
Icelandair had added three new North American gateways, introducing a new service to Kansas City and putting San Francisco and Baltimore back on the map. Inaugural flights to the new destinations will begin in late May and early June 2018, offering easy connections between the UK and North America.
Icelandair has released a new pricing structure giving passengers more fare options when booking travel. The newest fare level, Economy Light, will reward passengers who travel with less, while providing the same on-board service and amenities Icelandair passengers have grown to expect.
Icelandair has announced a new year-round service to Dublin, Ireland, beginning May 8th, from their hub in Keflavik, Iceland. The non-stop flights will operate six days a week with connections onwards to 20 gateways in North America.
Icelandair has launched a new gateway in the United States: Cleveland, Ohio. The inaugural flight will take place in May 2018, and will begin with four flights a week. Tickets will be available for purchase in the coming weeks.
Membership numbers at Airlines for Europe are growing further with Icelandair joining Europe’s largest airline association. The airline operates out of Iceland, and uses the country’s geographical location mid-way between America and Europe, to offer a network of international routes with Iceland as a hub.