Iceland Express to serve Reykjavik!!

Birmingham International Airport is pleased to
welcome a new airline, Iceland Express
The low-fare airline will commence a new service between
Birmingham International Airport and Keflavik International
Airport, Reykjavik, offering travellers the first chance to visit
Iceland direct
"Launching this new route is an exciting development for
Iceland Express," says Matthias Imsland, Iceland Express
CEO. "We are seeing high consumer demand for travel to
Reykjavik and are confident our schedule will be a success"
"We are proud to be able to serve another UK destination
and look forward to working with Birmingham International
Airport. Our new route will make flying to Iceland more
convenient for many people and we cannot wait to begin the
The new route is due to kick-off during the peak summer
months in 2010 and will initially run once-a-week, every
Sunday, for around 13 weeks
"We are delighted to welcome Iceland Express as a new
partner of the Airport," says Paul Kehoe, Birmingham
International Airport CEO
"This is the first time we have had a direct flight to Iceland.
This weekly service will give passengers the chance to visit
the world's most northerly capital and sample the delights of
whale watching, horseback riding or the spectacular Geysir"
"Initially this service will be seasonal, however we are confident
this service will prove to be popular so we can work with
Iceland Express to make this a year round service flying on more
days per week in the near future"
Iceland Express schedule for Summer 2010
Flight AEU 353 arrives BHX 1910 Sunday from Keflavik
Flight AEU 354 departs BHX 2000 Sunday to Keflavik
Flights operate from 6 June to 28 August 2010
Aircraft type - Boeing 737-700 operated by Astraeus
Tuesday 18 August 2009


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