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Trip Overview IcelandAir to Helsinki
Lounge Review: British Airways Galleries JFK Terminal 7
Flight Review: IcelandAir Business Class New York (JFK)- Reykjavik
Lounge Review: Icelandair Saga Lounge Reykjavik
Flight Review: Reykjavik- Helsinki Saga Class and Overall Thoughts on IcelandAir
Before my flight from JFK-KEF on IcelandAir, passengers in Saga Class (IcelandAir’s name for Business Class) have access to the British Airways Galleries Lounge. The lounge was quite large, and quite empty for the hour. I entered just after the breakfast service was wrapping up, and there wasn’t much of anything to be had food wise.
I found the seating area to be quite ample, with plenty of comfortable chairs, outlets, and wifi that was fast.
Entrance Area to the food bar.
Once the lunch service started, there were more options available for guests. This lounge offers nothing impressive, but enough to have a quick snack before your flight with a quiet area to work and relax.
Bar with plenty of options.
Food selections during lunch service.
The British Airways Galleries is located in Terminal 7 post security and is open daily from 5am until 10pm.
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