Niceair does not currently provide web check-in. All passengers are required to check in at the airport.
Niceair: Check-in at the airport
Check-in at Akureyri airport for «Niceair» flights starts 2 hours and ends 30 minutes before the flight departure.
Check-in at Copenhagen airport for «Niceair» flights starts 3 hours and ends 45 minutes before the flight departure.
Check-in at London Stansted airport for «Niceair» flights starts 2,5 hours and ends 45 minutes before the flight departure.
Check-in at Tenerife South airport for «Niceair» flights starts 2 hours and ends 45 minutes before the flight departure.
Niceair: carry-on baggage allowance
You may bring one personal item onboard. This could be, for example, a small handbag, tablet or book;
You can bring a carry-on baggage, which is not larger than 55x40x30 cm. The bag can weigh up to 10 kg.
Niceair: Tariff for checked baggage
Bag up to 20 kg
Bag up to 32 kg
Ski (one pair)
Child car seat
Free of charge
Stroller or pram.
Free of charge
Niceair: Flight destinations
Tenerife South Airport
London Stansted Airport
Niceair is a virtual airline headquartered in Akureyri in the north of Iceland. The airline is based at Akureyri Airport. The company launched services on June 2, 2022 on a chartered Airbus A319.Niceair was announced in February 2022 as a virtual airline with the intention of bringing tourists to northern Iceland from other parts of Europe, with services scheduled to launch on June 2, 2022, using a fleet of one Airbus A319. The company was launched with financial backing from various investors, including Samherji and Norlandair. In addition, the company had no immediate plans to obtain its own operator’s certificate, instead planning to have its flights operated by a separate charter airline. In March 2022, it was revealed that Hi Fly Malta was the incumbent airline, and Niceair subsequently began selling tickets for the flights.
After launching its first flight to London Stansted on June 3, 2022, the company discovered that it was not allowed to carry passengers on its first return flight from London back to Akureyri as the air transport treaty between Iceland and the United Kingdom came into effect, the Brexit action prevented Hi Fly Malta from operating scheduled flights between the two countries on behalf of Niceair. The company subsequently suspended flight services to London Stansted Airport for at least the remainder of the month. Since then, however, the flights have not resumed. This also led to the fact that scheduled flights to Manchester did not take place either.