At the time, Alaska just informed that the awards on Icelandair would be available later. That later is now. [click to continue…]
Alaska Airlines and Icelandair frequent flier partnership was severed on May 1, 2013, but is now coming back effective October 1, 2015.
Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan and Icelandair Saga members can earn and use miles on each others flights. Alaska MVP Gold members will have access to Saga lounge at the Reykjavik airport. [click to continue…]
In 2014, I bought two fares that allowed me to tour the St. John’s in Canada (the oldest city on North America) for a day and to spend couple of nights in Reykjavik on my way from Canada to Europe on a separate trip.
People often confuse the words of stopover, layover and transit. [click to continue…]
Rocketmiles has added Icelandair to its ever growing list of airline partners and is offering 3,000 bonus Saga miles for the first booking.
You must make the booking using the specified link by June 30, 2015, and consume the stay by December 31. [click to continue…]
Alaska and Icelandair are ending their frequent flier partnership that started in 2010 effective on May 31, 2013. You can read more about this change on Alaska’s website here and on Icelandair’s website here.
Unlike with most other airline partnership endings, you will continue earning miles/points in either airlines frequent flier plan on tickets issued by May 31, 2013, until February 28, 2014. Usually, you can no longer earn miles/points after the ending date. [click to continue…]