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Icelandair vers les Etats-Unis

Messagepar thomas » Lun 12 Sep 2011, 16:13

La compagnie se renforce sur les USA depuis Reykjavik avec une augmentation de fréquences sur Seattle (de 6 à 7 vols hebdos) et l'ouverture de Denver à partir du 12 Mai 2012. La ligne sera opérée quatre fois par semaine en Boeing 757-200.
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Messagepar UY707 » Mer 14 Sep 2011, 15:19

et augmente les fréquences sur quelques destinations en Europe

Reykjavik – Amsterdam
20JUN12 – 21AUG12 Increase from 10 weekly (during peak season) in S11 to 12 weekly
FI502 KEF0755 – 1255AMS 75W x7
FI502 KEF0755 – 1255AMS 75T 7
FI504 KEF1630 – 2130AMS 75W x14

FI503 AMS1400 – 1510KEF 75W x7
FI503 AMS1400 – 1510KEF 75T 7
FI505 AMS2225 – 2330LEF 75W x14

75W: C10Y12M161
75T: C10Y12M194

Reykjavik – Denver eff 10MAY12 NEW 4 weekly Boeing 757 service, reported on 12SEP11

Reykjavik – Glasgow
Service from 26MAR12 operates as 3 weekly terminator service (S11 service operates via Manchester on outbound)
FI430 KEF0735 – 1040GLA 75W 247
FI431 GLA1405 – 1525KEF 75W 247

Rekjavik – Manchester
Service from 26MAR12 operates as 3 weekly terminator service instead of 4 weekly (S11 service operates via Glasgow on inbound)
FI440 KEF0800 – 1135MAN 75W 135
FI441 MAN1325 – 1500KEF 75W 135

Reykjavik – Munich
07JUN12 – 18SEP11 Increase from 2 weekly in S11 to 3 weekly in S12
FI532 KEF0720 – 1305MUC 75W 246
FI533 MUC1405 – 1600KEF 75W 246

Reykjavik – Oslo
01JUN12 – 27AUG11 Increase from 10 weekly in S11 to 11 weekly in S12
FI318 KEF0750 – 1220OSL 75W x15
FI318 KEF0750 – 1220OSL 75T 15
FI324 KEF1625 – 2055OSL 75W x236

FI319 OSL1445 – 1525KEF 75W x15
FI319 OSL1445 – 1525KEF 75T 15
FI325 OSL2155 – 2235KEF 75W x236

Reykjavik – Seattle eff 22MAY12 Increase from 6 weekly in S11 to Daily in S12, reported on 09SEP11

Reykjavik – Stockholm
03JUN12 – 16SEP12 Increase from 10 weekly in S11 to 12 weekly in S12
FI304 KEF0115 – 0610ARN 75W 237
FI306 KEF0750 – 1245ARN 75W D
FI312 KEF1625 – 2120ARN 75W 47

FI305 ARN0800 – 0910KEF 75W 237
FI307 ARN1410 – 1520KEF 75W D
FI313 ARN2220 – 2330KEF 75W 47
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Messagepar UY707 » Mar 28 Aoû 2012, 14:36

Icelandair announces non-stop service from Anchorage
Theodore Koumelis - 27 August 2012, 10:16

Flights to Anchorage will begin May 15, 2013 with non-stop seasonal service between Iceland and Anchorage twice a week through mid-September 2013.


Icelandair announces its newest gateway from North America: Anchorage, Alaska along with two new destinations in Europe, St. Petersburg Russia and Zurich, Switzerland.

Flights to Anchorage will begin May 15, 2013 with non-stop seasonal service between Iceland and Anchorage twice a week through mid-September 2013. From its hub in Reykjavik, Icelandair offers non-stop connections to more than 20 destinations in Scandinavia, the United Kingdom and Continental Europe.

Icelandair will also include more destinations to Europe with
4 flights a week to Zurich and
2 flights a week to St. Petersburg, Russia.

Icelandair Flights to St. Petersburg will begin June 1, 2013 with non-stop flights from Iceland twice a week through September 17, 2013. Flights to Zurich, Switzerland will begin June 1, 2013 with non-stop flights from Iceland twice a week through September 14, 2013.

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"This year Icelandair celebrates 75 years of aviation and operates the strongest network in its history. By using Keflavik International Airport as our hub, Icelandair is able to afford passengers convenient and economical flights between North America and Europe. Flights from Alaska to Iceland are approximately 7 hours and offer three cabins of service, leather seats and personal in-flight entertainment centers for all passengers. In addition to opening up a new market for Icelandic tourism, travelers will now have a refreshing new option when flying from Alaska to Europe. Our new destinations of Zurich and St. Petersburg will further strengthen our network and continue to give our passengers the best options to Europe," said Birkir Holm Gudnason, CEO of Icelandair.

Susan Bell, commissioner of the Department of Commerce, Community & Economic Development said, "Alaska has long been an inspirational holiday destination for travelers from around the world. Alaska offers incredible wildlife viewing, vast unspoiled wilderness, mountainous grandeur, wonderful urban areas and a sophisticated tourism infrastructure. We believe Icelandair's new route to Alaska will be hugely successful, and will continue to underscore our role as a premier destination as well as to help us grow in European and Scandinavian markets."

To further strengthen the collaboration with the state of Alaska, Icelandair's partner, Alaska Airlines, will provide connections to Icelandair flights through Anchorage. This partnership will give travelers from the surrounding areas more choices to Europe while increasing jobs and revenue for the state.

"Icelandair's well-timed arrival and departure connects well with Alaska Airlines and will help share and serve all of Alaska," said Scott Habberstad, Alaska Airlines' director, sales and community marketing-Alaska and chair of the Alaska Travel Industry Association marketing committee.

Icelandair offers service to Iceland from Boston, New York-JFK, Seattle, and Denver with seasonal service from Washington, D.C., Minneapolis-St. Paul, Orlando Sanford, Halifax, Toronto and now Anchorage (starting May 15, 2013). Connections through Icelandair's hub at Keflavik International Airport are available to over 20 destinations in Scandinavia, the U.K. and Continental Europe. Only Icelandair allows passengers to stopover in Iceland at no additional airfare.
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