Note: The information below is intended as a guideline only. Actual taxes, fees, charges, and air transportation charges are subject to change, may vary depending on the itinerary, and some exceptions apply.
The Icelandair fuel surcharges below, if applicable, will be included in the base fare. Surcharges from other airlines and all taxes, fees and charges are set out once flight and fare selections are made, at the Review Your Flight Details page.
Icelandair charges a fuel surcharge on all flights to reflect worldwide oil prices.
The charge, as detailed below, is based on flight duration and where the ticket was purchased. The charge is included in the total fare and applies to all passengers, including children and infants.
|For travel originating in:||Fuel surcharge per Icelandair sector per person traveling to:|
|Europe||--||EUR 35||EUR 89|
|Iceland||ISK 4600||--||ISK 8100|
|Canada||CAD 138*||CAD 88*|
*Charge is included in the fare amount.
NAV surcharges within Canada are based on distance and are $9, $15 or $20 CAD. For transborder itineraries, NAV surcharges are $7.50 CAD/USD each way. This surcharge is collected to cover the fees that Icelandair pays to NAV Canada and other foreign governments to operate and use Canada's and other foreign countries’ air navigation systems.
Icelandair charges an online booking fee for flight bookings made on Icelandair websites. The fee applies per adult and child passenger: there is no fee for infants who have not reached 2 years of age.
Please note, the booking fee is non-refundable.
For tickets originating in Canada and the United States there is no booking fee.
For tickets originating in other countries, the booking fee is as follows:
For tickets originating in:
Booking fee per passenger
|Czech Republic||EUR 10|
|The Netherlands||EUR 15|
|United Kingdom||GBP 6|
|United States||No fee|
Air Travellers Security Charge (ATSC): The Canadian Parliament enacted the Air Travellers Security Charge Act to fund increased government expenditures on air travel security for travel in Canada in the wake of the events of September 11, 2001. For domestic itineraries, the ATSC is $7.12 CAD each way to a maximum charge of $14.25 CAD. For transborder itineraries, the ATSC is up to $12.10 CAD / USD each way to a maximum charge of $24.21 CAD / USD.
Airport Improvement Fees (AIFs): Many airports in Canada and around the world have implemented Airport Improvement Fees (AIFs). In some cases, airports collect these fees at the airport at the time of departure; in others, the fees are collected at time of ticketing and are reflected in the additional charges portion of your fare. Canadian airports that include the AIF on your ticket are listed in the table below. All amounts are in CAD.
|Deer Lake, N.L.||(YDF)||$20|
|Fort McMurray, Alta||(YMM)||$30|
|Fort St. John, B.C.||(YXJ)||$18|
|Goose Bay, N.L.||(YYR)||$20|
|Grande Prairie, Alta||(YQU)||$20|
|Mont Tremblant, Que.||(YTM)||$25|
|Prince Albert, Sk||(YPA)||$15|
|Prince George, B.C.||(YXS)||$20|
|Quebec City, Que.||(YQB)||$30|
|Red Deer, Alta||(YQF)||$10|
|(YQR)||$5||Travel between Regina and Saskatoon|
|Saint John, N.B.||(YSJ)||$25|
|Saskatoon, Sask||(YXE)||$5||Travel within Saskatchewan|
|(YXE)||$20||Travel outside Saskatchewan|
|Sault Ste Marie, Ont.||(YAM)||$20|
|St. John's, N.L.||(YYT)||$30|
|The Pas, Man.||(YQD)||$20|
|Toronto, Ont.||(YYZ)||$25||Originating passengers|
|Val d'Or, Que.||(YVO)||$20|
|Vancouver, B.C.||(YVR)||$5||Travel within B.C./Yukon|
|(YVR)||$20||Travel outside B.C./Yukon|
|Waterloo, Ont.||(YKF)||$15||For international flights|
|(YKF)||$20||For flights between Canada and the U.S.|
Air Travellers Security Charge (ATSC): The Canadian Parliament has enacted the Air Travellers Security Charge Act to fund increased government expenditures on air travel security for travel in Canada in the wake of the events of September 11, 2001. For international itineraries, the Air Travellers Security charge is $25.91 CAD for all departures from Canada.
Airport Improvement Fees (AIFs): Many airports in Canada and around the world have implemented Airport Improvement Fees (AIFs). In some cases, airports collect these fees at the airport at time of departure; in others, the fees are collected at time of ticketing and are reflected in the additional charges portion of your fare.
Foreign taxes, fees and charges: Foreign governments impose various taxes, fees and charges to air carriers. Such fees are generally collected on a per-passenger basis and are imposed for a wide variety of reasons, but mainly to offset costs related to security, customs and immigration, transportation and airport infrastructure, navigational services, environmental and government facilitation matters.