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Icelandair: Europe-"North" America 798 rt in Business (v.v. $1100+)

Icelandair: Europe-"North" America 798 rt in Business (v.v. $1100+)

Old Dec 11, 19, 6:57 pm
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Icelandair: Europe-"North" America 798 rt in Business (v.v. $1100+)

Seen from: BRU/AMS/FRA/TXL/MUC
Seen to: SEA/EWR/YYZ

Probably others available

Books into A class: https://www.wheretocredit.com/icelandair/a

Sample dates:


https://www.expedia.de/Flight-Search...
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Old Dec 11, 19, 7:03 pm
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they dont have lie-flat seats as I checked on google though...
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Old Dec 11, 19, 7:04 pm
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Works in reverse start at $1,100 USD

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Old Dec 11, 19, 7:19 pm
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Why is North America in quotation marks
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Old Dec 11, 19, 8:35 pm
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Works to yvr as welll in May
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Old Dec 11, 19, 10:41 pm
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Originally Posted by keitherson View Post
Why is North America in quotation marks
'Yeah, I have the same question, I guess is someone likes to refer Canada as "north" America?
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Old Dec 11, 19, 11:34 pm
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I'd guess because destinations within North America are in the north. So if people wanted extra clarity, there aren't any in southern North America! I tend not to express an opinion here though as people just end up being rude to me. Just an idea. The quotation marks normally imply subjectivity in interpretation. As in, not everyone would universally agree. Maybe as shown here
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Old Dec 11, 19, 11:35 pm
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Originally Posted by fridgy View Post
they dont have lie-flat seats as I checked on google though...
Right, but a decent PE style seat at a PE kind of price. It's only apx 3700 miles KEF-SEA so not like you're doing SIN-EWR AT 9500+ miles, which is actually not too bad, it that's your thing. Reports show that the bulkhead and center row of seats on the 767 should be avoided. Of course, I think paying up to a C, D, or J fare might be worth looking into for the added AS RDM's and EQM's. I saw one at only $100 more.

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Old Dec 12, 19, 1:36 am
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Layovers seem to be very long 22 to 25hrs, although Iceland air has a stopover program that doesn't appear to include anything other than a free layover in the journey. Any top tips?

Also it seems that the forward schedule has 737Max scheduled in some routes. Do others know what they are doing to not run the 737s at the moment, what are they using instead?
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Old Dec 12, 19, 8:02 am
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Originally Posted by plunet View Post
Also it seems that the forward schedule has 737Max scheduled in some routes. Do others know what they are doing to not run the 737s at the moment, what are they using instead?
I got this on the YYZ-KFE segment back in May, decent lie-flat but not great

https://www.euroatlantic.pt/wp-conte...kr_tks_tkt.pdf
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Old Dec 12, 19, 9:36 am
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Originally Posted by Virginia Emery View Post
I got this on the YYZ-KFE segment back in May, decent lie-flat but not great

https://www.euroatlantic.pt/wp-conte...kr_tks_tkt.pdf
Looks like an improvement for business class. And a big drop for economy class (2-4-2 on a 767 sounds nightmarish)
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Old Dec 14, 19, 3:40 am
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Amsterdam - Denver RT Business 788 (Icelandair)

Hi , I just discovered the website and the forum 2 weeks ago, and i would to show you something that could be interesting.
I know there is 1 night stopover in Keflavik and Icelandair's business is not fantastic but why not.
Date : 16 - 23 July 2020
You can access it via google flight.

Thks.
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Old Dec 14, 19, 4:23 am
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Well done for finding a good fare so quickly after joining the forum.

This one has already been posted but don't be disheartened and keep on searching and sharing!

Icelandair: Europe-"North" America 798 rt in Business (v.v. $1100+)
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Old Jan 11, 20, 9:19 pm
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Icelandair has low fares again in Saga class ($1,200-1,400 R/T North America - Europe) for this Spring and Summer.
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Old Jan 12, 20, 2:45 am
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Cheaper, e.g. NYC-FRA this March. Again books into A, 767 a 757
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