TRIP REPORT: Icelandair (Economy) Reykjavik-Amsterdam

The short 45 minute stopover in Reykjavik elapsed quickly and boarding began on schedule. The Icelandair Boeing 767-300 filled quickly with a majority of passengers connecting from North American destinations via (Reykjavik) Keflavik. The Boeing 767 is the largest aircraft in the Icelandair fleet. Boarding the Boeing 767 The wide-body Boeing 767-300ER aircrafts were acquired during the Spring of 2016 and are relatively new to Icelandair. The cabin inside the Boeing 767 is consistent with the Icelandair Boeing 757 cabins, with seat-back inflight entertainment and mood lighting. The cabin of the Boeing 767 felt more spacious compared the narrow body 757, as a wide-body aircraft has a 2-3-2 eco

TRIP REPORT: Icelandair (Economy) Toronto-Reykjavik Keflvaik | Boeing 757

In October 2016, I was looking for flights to Amsterdam (from Toronto Pearson). After browsing Google Flights and Skyscanner, I found a flight to Amsterdam via Reykjavik Keflavik for under $500 CAD Roundtrip. I've always been intrigued to fly with Icelandair because of the Iceland stopover program, the in-flight entertainment (IFE) and the competitive low fares to Europe. Check In at Toronto Pearson Icelandair does not have a mobile app for checking in and/or mobile boarding passes. Upon arrival at Toronto Pearson T3, my first instinct was to search for an Icelandair check-in kiosk. However, there were no kiosks instead Icelandair had the traditional check-in counters with friendly staff. I




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