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| Munich to Denver via Keflavik. Not a bad airline / flight to and from Munich. I'm 60 so this is a tough slog back in Steerage for the long leg. Next time I might upgrade just a bit to Economy Comfort, but it doubles the flight cost. My trip was $1250 RT, others using services cut that price dramatically. I'm 6'1" 210, and there is just barely enough room on the 7.5 hour leg to Denver. The movies help some. Right now, they appear to be dropping you off, and sending you off, via the tarmac, so plan on a little walk to and from. I departed and arrived, out on the tarmac. A small backpack is easier accessed than a suitcase on board. I counted 5 flights on adjacent gates while walking to my outbound gate to Denver and 4 departed at 1700 and mine was 1645 so plan on a packed house. Get your gate departure off the monitor and "cattle call" your way to it. It appears to be the airport issue, not the airlines, and might resolve if they are under construction. They appear to intentionally fly everything out at 5 pm local time I wanted to buy some socks at the airport shop, but found none displayed. They had them last December, so it must be a seasonal item. I'm curious if their points deal actually pays off as they just emailed me a buy 2 and get 1 free for points, but 2nd class requires 240,000 points approximately for a trip. Plan on buying your own booze, a Baguette, and 2 Gin Tonics was $20 bucks USD, $2400 Kroner. Someone on the flight stayed over in Iceland, and complained of high prices, but I suspect poor planning may have played into that as she was quoted $240 for a taxi to town, and I'd bet there is a bus of sorts. Crew was nice, but no moving up in seats. I believe they sell out the front row of first emergency exit tow as Economy Comfort seats, along with the rows in front of that. On the flight in from Kef-Munich people scrambled for those 6-8 seats, and nobody said anything when they instantly filled. Sorry for the blurry terminal photo, was rushing to find the gate. Only about 50 minutes between legs, so you have to hoof it. There is just enough time to man-shop the gift shop, in and outbound. Your mileage may vary!