26 MARCH 2012

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Article from BTNews 26 MARCH 2012

Iceland flights

easyJet will tomorrow (27 March) introduce a three times a week service to Keflavik International Airport (Iceland) from Luton.  An Airbus A319 will be used for the three-hour flight to Keflavik International Airport about 30 miles south west of the capital Reykjavík which has its own city centre airport serving domestic flights.

The market to and from Iceland is very competitive considering the country has a population of just 320,000 with three carriers competing.  Iceland is also very expensive and not really ideal for stag weekends with beer at around €8 a pint. 

Icelandair will next winter increase its schedule from London adding twice weekly winter Gatwick departures to its current twice daily Heathrow services.  Flights connect with the carrier’s transatlantic programme to Boston, Denver, New York and Seattle.

In the meantime Iceland Express offers a daily service also from Gatwick. www.easyjet.com  www.icelandair.com  www.icelandexpress.com

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