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You can book with Icelandair Saga points, book with Alaska miles or go through a bank’s travel portal. Since Icelandair consistently offers cheap fares to Iceland and Europe, booking through the Chase travel portal may be your best bet — just make sure you do the math.What are the different Icelandair fares?
Fare Classes There are five classes of service on international Icelandair flights: Economy Light, Economy Standard, Economy Flex, Saga Premium, and Saga Premium Flex. As the name implies, Flex fares allow more flexibility with the ability to cancel or change your flight or get a refund for partly used tickets.How do I book Icelandair Awards?
The most obvious way to book Icelandair awards would be through its own frequent-flyer program, Saga Club. However, it’s not useful unless you have a huge stash of points in the program. As previously mentioned, Icelandair doesn’t partner with any transferable point programs, so it can be hard to accumulate enough Saga Club points for trips.How many airports does Icelandair fly to?
The airline runs flights to nine U.S. airports, including New York-JFK, Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Seattle (SEA) and Washington, D.C. (IAD). Redeeming miles to get to Iceland isn’t as easy as many other European destinations. That’s especially true for Icelandair flights, as the airline isn’t a part of an alliance and has limited partners.