Posted on: 25 November 2010 by Mark Howells
Iceland Express is expanding its 2011 schedule even further by adding services from Edinburgh, Dublin and Belfast to Reykjavik.
“We have witnessed increasing numbers of Irish travellers to Reykjavik throughout 2010 and we are pleased to make life a little easier for those passengers by offering a direct route,” says Matthias Imsland, CEO of Iceland Express. “No other airline offers direct flights between these destinations and Reykjavik, so we are delighted to fill this gap.”
From Scotland, the twice weekly Edinburgh service launches on 14 June and will run until 30 August, operating every Monday and Friday. The Belfast service will go via Edinburgh. Flights to Dublin will launch on 10 June and run until 29 August. The weekly service will operate on Tuesdays.
All flights will connect to Iceland Express’s USA routes and will offer a stopover in Reykjavik at no extra charge.