Please note that travelling passengers need to collect a boarding pass from the check-in desk, when departing from a North American destination.
Access your Icelandair boarding pass with Passbook/Wallet
With Apple’s iOS Passbook/Wallet application for iPhone and iPod Touch, you can store your Icelandair boarding pass to be scanned at the gate on the day of your flight just like you would a paper boarding pass. Just open the link in the email confirmation you receive after checking in online through your home computer or mobile device. Your boarding passes will save directly to your Passbook/Wallet.
In light of recent incidents related to battery issues in Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the subsequent decision to recall these phones, The U.S. Department of Transportation prohibits passengers to bring them on board, or to stow them in checked or hand luggage.
Check-in at airport desk
Make sure you have all the required documentation at hand before checking in. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Have your e-ticket and a form of identification available.
- Click here to find out about recommended check-in times.
Self bag drop off
At Keflavik Airport there are four self service check in stations to drop off your baggage. Make sure you´ve checked in at the kiosk to print out your bag tags.
Kiosks self service check-in at airport
Self-service check-in kiosks can be found at the following airports:
- Keflavik (KEF)
- Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS)
- Billund (BLL)
- Boston (BOS)
- Chicago O'Hare (ORD)
- Copenhagen (CPH)
- Denver (DEN)
- Edmonton (YEG)
- Frankfurt (FRA) will be available soon
- London Heathrow Airport (LHR), located in Zone C in the check-in area
- Montreal (YUL)
- Oslo (OSL)
- Paris (ORY and CDG) will be available soon
- Seattle (SEA)
- Stockholm Arlanda (ARN)
- Vancouver (YVR)