Norlandair is an Icelandic airline founded in 2008 however, the companies heritage can be traced back to 1974 as there was another company operating under this name. The company later purchased North Air and merged with Icelandair's domestic carrier to become Air Iceland. Former employees and investors of Norlandair decided to purchase operations from Air Iceland and began operating as Norlandair. The airline operates 3 types of aircraft across its services, which are the de Havilland Twin Otter, the Super King Air B200 as well as the GippsAero GA8 Airvan. These aircraft are used on scheduled, charter and air ambulance services across Iceland. They operate domestic Icelandic services from cities such as Reykjavik, Grimsey, Akureyri and more as well as a service to neighbouring Greenland.
As of noviembre 2021, Norlandair operates to 7 Icelandic cities as well as a service to Greenland.
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You are entitled to bring one item of cabin baggage aboard the aircraft with you. However, as the aeroplanes are relatively small and lacking in cabin space the airline states that you are only allowed to bring a small personal item on board such as a handbag, briefcase or camera bag. These items are not allowed to exceed 4kg weight.
All tickets include 1 checked bag which has a maximum weight allowance of 20kg. All checked luggage should fit within the airline's specified size guides of (length + width + height) 158 cm (62 inches), this should also include the items handles and wheels.
Due to the size of their aircraft the airline only offers an economy product aboard their fleet. A typical economy style seat has been installed on the airlines fleet and only 1 ticket type is available for purchase. There is no inflight catering as the flights aren't typically long enough or aircraft with the facilities to provide this, this is also how the airline can keep ticket prices down.
The airline currently doesn't offer any inflight wifi or entertainment as their aircraft are not large enough to enable this and their services generally arent long enough to justify this. So do bear this in mind before departure and bring something to fight the boredom.
Online check-in is not currently offered by the airline.
All passengers are required to check-in at their departure airport as there is currently no online check-in facilities. You are able to visit one of the airline's check-in desks to do so and to drop your luggage.
Nordlandair doesn't offer a frequent flyer program for you to enrol on.
Due to the size of the airline, Nordlandair has not joined with any other airlines or alliances.
The airline has 2 major bases of operations in Reykjavik as well as in Akureyri. Reykjavik airport is not the international airport in the capital city, which is located in Keflavik. The airport which Nordland operates out of focuses on domestic services as the airport is also served by Eagle Air Iceland and Icelandair to other destinations across the country. The airline also has a northern base of operations in the town of Akureyri, which is in the north of the country. This base aims to serve the northern destination of the airline's route map as well as services to Greenland. You can also travel with Icelandair and Tranasavia to both Reykjavik, Keflavik and Amsterdam.
The airline operates 3 types of aircraft across its services, which are the de Havilland Twin Otter, the Super King Air B200 as well as the GippsAero GA8 Airvan.
There are multiple airlines within the region which you could also choose to book with. These include Icelandair, Air Iceland Connect, Air Greenland and Eagle Air Iceland, which all operate routes across the country and surrounding areas. For international services Transavia, British Airways, Delta, Finnair, Wizz Air and many more service Keflavik International Airport.