Icelandair is now running great Business Class promotional fares for travel between Vancouver and Europe. Mileage earned on these flights can also be credited into the Alaska Mileage Plan, which makes these fares a better deal.

Sample Routings and Fares

From – To (R/T)Fares in $
Vancouver – London1,564
Vancouver – Reyjavik 1,298
Vancouver – Copenhagen 1,997

Note that the prices above are quoted at the point of writing and are subject to change. The routing’s above may not be an exhaustive list of possible destinations as well. Below is the route map for Icelandair – get creative and go search for other great fares!

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Click here to access Icelandair route map
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Business Class fares offered by other airlines (Vancouver to London)

Promotion Details and T&C

Travel Period: Limited availability scattered across Feb to Mar
Stopover: 1 stopover permitted in each direction in KEF
Others: Non-refundable ticket. Changes can be made at a change fee of $350

Find This Deal

One way to find the cheapest prices is through Momondo, where it searches and compares prices across many travel sites.

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Enter your departure and arrival city, your travel dates and Business Class. The website will automatically find the best price across the internet.

Alternatively, this deal can also be found on Google Flights and ITA Matrix at possibly higher prices.

Business Class Product

The operating aircraft types should either be the Boeing B757 or B767, with a seat configuration of 2-2 or 2-1-2 respectively.

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Icelandair Saga Class (Business Class) on Boeing B767
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Icelandair Saga Class (Business Class) on Boeing B757

Where Should I Credit This Ticket?

Check out wheretocredit. These tickets should book into fare code A, for some great earnings on the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan – 125% base miles. For example, return flight between Vancouver to London would be 11838 Alaska miles.

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I strongly recommend you to credit your flights to the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan. Check out the post below to find out why.

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