We aim to make the flight enjoyable for our youngest passengers.
On board, we aim to entertain the kids.
In the personal in-flight entertainment system you will find a variety of movies and TV shows for children of all ages, ranging from live-action movies to animated series. We provide the children with headphones as well, so they can enjoy the show.
For those who like more hands on activities, we hand out pencils and activity sheets for them to spend time on.
Children between the ages of 2 and 11 years receive a complimentary meal and juice on all flights, which should be preordered before their flight.
Warm water is always available on board to warm up milk.
Infant meals (yogurt and banana) are also available but need to be reserved.
Please contact our Service Center at least 24 hours prior to departure to add any meals for your infant and/or child to your booking.
Passengers travelling with children ages 2 to 11 years old may bring on board an approved child seat if the child sits in the seat during the flight.
When travelling with infants under 2 years old, passengers may also bring an approved child seat on board, provided that a seat by the window is available on the plane. Passengers can ensure a seat for an infant seat by purchasing the child fare.
The use of child seats is allowed during all stages of the flight, including during take-off and landing, provided that:
On board, the child seat shall be anchored securely in a window seat using the seat belt.
CARES (Child Aviation Restraint System) is approved on Icelandair flights. CARES is designed specifically for aviation use for children aged 1 or older who weigh between 22 lb and 44 lb.
When travelling with an infant under the age of 2 (24 months), the infant does not require a seat as they will be seated in the parent’s lap.
Please note, it is not possible to book an unborn child. When planning on travelling with a child that isn't born yet, you can add the child to the booking when the child has been given their name.
A seat may be purchased for infants, but they will need to go in the parent’s lap during takeoff and landing. Passengers travelling with infants may not be seated in an exit row, or in the row directly in front of or behind an exit row.
Purchasing a ticket for an infant is required. They are priced significantly lower than tickets for children, but the actual discount depends on the fare type.
For more information about baggage allowance for infants, check out our Baggage Allowance page.