Icelandair to Scandinavia departing from JFK connecting in KEF for STO and then from CPH-KEF and KEF-JFK all Saga class. We took advantage of the free stopover in Iceland on our way back. I have only one complaint and that is that the departure hall in KEF crams several gates into a small area with almost no seats. Saga class is quite comfortable and the level of service was excellent. The cabin crew was friendly and attentive without being intrusive. The seats are not lie-flat and don't even recline very far but they are spacious and comfortable. The food from JFK-KEF was quite good from KEF-JFK I had the sushi which was ok. In-flight entertainment was decent although there were quite a few commercials for various Iceland tours. I wouldn't choose Icelandair for business travel it's hard to get any sleep as the flight to KEF is somewhat short and the stopover consumes time. But for leisure travel to Europe I would recommend Saga class for value-conscious travellers.