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American Airlines Service Increase To Iceland And Israel Was A Mistake

[#item_title] American Airlines[1] has reportedly made a mistake in its scheduling of flights to Iceland and Israel. The airline is said to have scheduled a daily, year-round service between Philadelphia International and Reykjavík-Keflavík International as well as increasing its services from Dallas to Tel Aviv. However, these flights have since been removed by the airline. American Airlines has corrected its...

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Icelandair, Air Iceland Connect to merge operations

[#item_title] An Air Iceland Connect Dash-8-400. Photo: © Ronnie Robertson The two largest Icelandic airlines, Icelandair and Air Iceland Connect (AIC) have announced that they will combine their operations under the Icelandair brand. ‘New’ Icelandair will take off from March 16, integrating the whole network of group subsidiary Air Iceland Connect within Iceland and to Greenland into its own. Subsequently,...

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Press Release: Delta adds Iceland flights open to vaccinated Americans

[#item_title] Beginning in May, Delta customers seeking a global escape will once again enjoy a nonstop connection from three U.S. hubs to Iceland’s stunning landscapes, world-renowned hot springs like the Blue Lagoon and the iconic capital city of Reykjavík. Delta will launch new daily service from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Keflavík International Airport (KEF) beginning May 20 –...

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