Icelandair, with its roots tracing back to 1937, is a story of Icelandic resilience. Initially known as Flugfélag Akureyrar, it began with a single floatplane in Akureyri. Despite a setback in 1939 due to an accident, Icelandair rose to become a central figure in the North Atlantic aviation world, bridging Iceland with Europe and North America. This journey, starting from a small country, reflects the airline’s commitment to connecting people and growth plans.
Icelandair is ranked as a 3 star airline (ratings by Skytrax).
Welcome to this flight report featuring Icelandair in Economy Class from Dublin to Keflavik. Booking I am no stranger to flying with Icelandair, having tried out the Saga Premium business class product once or twice …READ MORE
I happened to be in Reykjavík on the 17th of June this year, and thinking about what would be a fun way to spend my day. I had managed not to have to be quarantined …READ MORE
You’re a bit stuck when you get to Keflavik Airport and you need to head downtown Reykjavik. I’d love to tell you that there is a great value tram or train running every 5 minutes …READ MORE
Fantastic lunch at the Lava Restaurant at the Blue Lagoon, Iceland, featuring arctic char, lamb and astarpungar or ‘love balls’!!READ MORE