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Iceland Express Returns to the US Market

Iceland Express is returning to the US for next summer, offering daily flights between Reykjavik and Boston from the beginning of June 2013. Two important new destinations in Europe are: Oslo the capital of Norway and Frankfurt-Main in Germany. Following an adjustment to the network to allow more frequent flights to be added to nine growing European destinations, Iceland Express have also dropped six less succesful routes.

In line with the previous flight timetables, London and Copenhagen will be the main cities in the Iceland Express schedule, with each having up to two flights daily. In addition Iceland Express will fly to Paris, Berlin, Barcelona, Alicante and Warsaw.