Icelandair Boeing 737MAX8

Icelandair announced Summer 2024 schedule to date offering flights to over 50 destinations from its Keflavik hub, with three connection banks within the day. and daily flights to 28 destinations in Europe and North America, with more than one flight a day to 19 destinations. .  In 2024, available seat kilometres (ASK) are expected to increase by at least 10% from the previous year.

The carrier will expand its fleet by adding three Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft in 2024, bringing the total fleet size to 42 aircraft, including 21 Boeing 737-8/9 MAX aircraft.

Halifax, Nova Scotia is reinstated with three flights a week from 31 May to 14 October also a new destination Pittsburgh is added with four weekly flights from 15 May to 27 October, operated by two class 160 seat MAX 8 aircraft . Frequency will be increased to a number of destinations.

The flights are timed for optimized connections at Keflavik International Airport hub to over to more than 30 destinations in Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, and Continental Europe.

Icelandair CEO Bogi Nils Bogason said “The North American market has been very strong, with Americans now the largest single group of tourists to Iceland. Our experienced team, comprehensive sales infrastructure and strong international brand, together with valuable cooperation agreements with other airlines, allows us to continue moving forward and seizing the opportunities we see in our markets.”

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