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Icelander adds Detroit as the newest track in the US



Adding Icelandair Motor City to its growing list of American airlines, Iceland’s national carrier will offer seasonal flights from Detroit to Reykjavík beginning May 18, 2023. These six-hour nonstop flights will depart Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) four times a year. The week is Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays through October 30, 2023, and flights will depart from Detroit at 8:30 p.m. on a 160-seat Boeing 737 MAX. Return flights will depart from Iceland at 5 p.m. and arrive in Detroit at 6:25 p.m. With seasonal routes from DTW, Detroit-area residents and people wanting to connect there will have another option to fly to Europe. Flights from DTW to Keflavik Airport (KEF) will be non-stop. However, travelers can also connect from KEF to Greenland, the UK and mainland Europe. “Not only will these new flights help meet Detroit’s growing demands, but they will also provide more options for Midwestern business and leisure travelers connecting from the Midwest region,” said Boje Niels Bogason, President and CEO, Iceland Group; Philadelphia; and Tampa, USA. To name a few.In November, Iceland and JetBlue expanded their codeshare agreement, which entailed placing the JetBlue code on seven Icelandic airlines flying to Europe.In Europe it starts at $499 for travel from May 18, 2023 through October 30, 2023.It is available to customers Purchase through December 24 at prices of $499, and the Icelandic Saga Premium tier will also be on sale starting at $999.”At the airport, we know our customers have a choice when they fly,” said Pogason. “We think nonstop flights to Iceland and the opportunity to connect to exciting cities across Europe are two more reasons travelers choose DTW.”


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