Icelandair airline is the National airline of the Iceland. Founded in the year 1937, it operates mainly from its main hub located at the Keflavik international Airport. Following the code-share agreements with Alaska airlines, Finnair and JetBlue airways; the Icelandair airline covers more than 50 destinations of Europe and the North America. Dial the Icelandair airline phone number to know about the booking system to enjoy flights via this airline.

Book Flights, Hotels and Vacation Packages

Icelandair airline is the part of the Iceland Group that operates flights to various cities. Some of them are: Geneva, London, Madrid, Montreal, Toronto, Oslo, New York, Brussels and many others. Customers looking forward to book tickets to the above mentioned destinations can call at the Icelandair airline customer service number and ask the representative for the necessary guidance. In addition to book flights online, customers can book hotels or vacation packages with the official website of the airline.

Simply dial the Icelandair airline helpline number 1-877-294-2894 and ask the customer support to give you handy tips to follow the booking procedure. With the quick assistance, you can easily find the cheap flights to the destinations.

Online Airport Counter

With the help of Icelandair airline contact details, customer feel like, they are talking with the online airport counter, wherein each and every query will be resolved. In few minutes, customers can have a full access to the airline information and its quality services. Customers can even post the feedback or suggestions or can read the same with the Icelandair airline reviews.

Dial the number and fly to your favorite destination today.

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6 Reviews

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    Sarah Sanford

    Have been unable to get through to anyone at customer service for the last 10 days. Calling twice a day! The 800 223 5500 number is useless. This is my first and LAST time flying by this carrier. STAY AWAY

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    Erika van Lennep

    I agree with Sarah. I was booked on a 1pm flight from Reykjavik to Copenhagen, they changed me to a 4.10pm flight and haven’t answered my request as to why. I also cannot get through to them on the 1-800 number.

    I want to cancel and get a refund but how do I get onto them?

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    Yelena

    Ditto to what everyone is saying. This airline sucks! When Our flight was delayed 2 hours causing us to miss our connecting flight, they said we could get a refund if we had to book with a different airline since they didn’t have anything available until 24 hours later! I’ve been on hold 30 minutes and still haven’t been able to get through! DO NOT USE THIS AIRLINE!

    Rating: 1
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    Madey

    this is weird. i called the number on this page:1-877-294-2894. Someone picked up right away and said reservations (didnt say anything else). after i spouted off what i needed help with he asked me oh wait you already made a reservation? you will need to call the airline. and i said can you give me the phone number? i was told this was th enumber and he said sorry i dont have that number and hung up. what the heck just happened?!

    Rating: 1
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    Nancy Belmore

    Last year I was able to book a flight from Victoria BC (via Vancouver) to Reykjavik. Flew Victoria to Vancouver; Westjet to Edmonton; Edmonton to Rejkjavik. Can’t find out how to do this on your online booking site. I only want that route, i.e. I don’t want to travel via the U.S. with Alaska Airlines. I attach a copy of last year’s booking information. Please advise.

    Thanks!

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    Rosemary McIntosh

    Booked our flights with Icelandair because they flew to Abderdeen Scotland. Two months after booking they sent an email to say our flight was cancelled, no explanation. When we called we were rudely told we could cancel the flight if we were not happy. We had already made all our arrangements for Scotland so we changed the flight to go to Glasgow. Wish we had cancelled with Icelandair completely. When we got to the airport in Toronto we were charged $100.00 per checked bag and on the way home from Scotland, $130.00 per bag even though we had a five day stopover in Iceland that according to the literature in the on flight magazine said we should have had a free checked bag each. We stayed in the Icelandair Hotel Natura while in Iceland and contacted Icelandair customer service only to be told they were very sorry but could not reimburse for these charges. After paying this exorbitant price they managed to damage my husband’s suitcase. I don’t have an issue with paying a reasonable price, but this is just gouging. Also paid additional fees for seats in the aisle but were put in a different seat than we had booked. Keflavik airport is a disaster, were told by a ticket agent that the airport is built to handle 6 million passengers but were now handling at least 12 million per year. Almost impossible to contact Icelandair customer service here in Toronto.