Icelandair has announced a new seasonal four times weekly service from Keflavik to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) commencing 23 May through 30 October operated by Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, as part of 2023 network.

The flight will be timed for optimized connections at Keflavik International Airport hub to more than 25 destinations in Iceland, Greenland, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia and Continental Europe, including Dublin.

Icelandair Group President & CEO Bogi Nils Bogason, said “These new flights will not only help meet the demands of a growing Detroit but also offer more options for Midwestern business and leisure travelers connecting from the Midwest region. We look forward to welcoming Detroit aboard.”

Wayne County Airport Authority CEO Chad Newton said “At Detroit Metropolitan Airport, we know our customers have a choice when they fly. We believe nonstop flights to Iceland and the opportunity to connect to exciting cities throughout Europe are two more reasons travellers will choose DTW.”

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