Icelandair is pleased to announce it will increase flights from Glasgow to Reykjavik from March 2016 as the airline celebrates its 70th anniversary of flying to Scotland.
Icelandair will begin a scheduled service from Reykjavik (KEF) to Montreal, Canada in May 2016 with easy connections from all 6 UK airports Icelandair fly from.
Icelandair today announces a new year-round service from Aberdeen International Airport (ABZ) to Reykjavik (KEF).
The UK government recently announced the elimination of Air Passenger Duty (APD) tax for young persons aged 12 and not yet 16 years travelling in the Economy class cabin.
The Icelandair Brabazon Challenge is a seriously fun golf challenge for those who dare to care. Initiated by Icelandair and teaming up with the Belfry Hotel & Resort to support the development of more ...
Icelandair today announces new year-round service to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD). Flights will begin in March of next year with four weekly round-trips with connections from 5 airports ...
Icelandair relocated to Heathrow Airport Terminal 2 today Wednesday 25th March 2015.
Icelandair began its first scheduled service from Birmingham airport (BHX) to Reykjavik (KEF).
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Icelandair has increased capacity this year from its previously announced schedule.
Passengers will enjoy higher quality service and brand-new state-of-the-art facilities.
Icelandair will resume services to Orlando International Airport (MCO) starting September 2015.
Icelandair releases new short film showing a passenger sampling the delights of Iceland in a 48-hour stopover launching Season of Surprises.
Icelandair announces scheduled flights to Portland, Oregon on the west coast of the US, starting May 19th, 2015.
Passenger Erla Vinsý snapped this photo on board a flight operated by Icelandair sister company Air Iceland yesterday.
Icelandair has premiered its new in-flight safety video. Being safe has rarely looked so intriguing. See for yourself!
Icelandair announces flights from Birmingham to Reykjavik, Iceland. The new service will operate twice weekly from February 2015.
Washington DC becomes Icelandair's 7th year round North American destination.
The Company has never carried more passengers on international flights than in 2013. The total number of passengers carried was 2,257,305, an increase by 12% from 2012.
Icelandair is pleased to announce increased service to Edmonton with year-round service and an earlier launch date of March 5, 2014.