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Iceland-based ultra-low-cost carrier Wow Air has confirmed it will launch scheduled services from Keflavik International Airport to Los Angeles and Los Angeles and San Francisco in June. Wow Air intends to offer one-hour connections at Keflavik to and from its Europe flights.

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Montréal will be will Icelandair’s first gateway in the province of Québec and its 16th in North America, though the carrier will only be serving 15 of them in 2016: Icelandair dropped Baltimore Washington International Airport as a gateway some years ago.

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Keflavik International Airport-based Icelandair will launch four-times-weekly service between Keflavik International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport on March 16, 2016.

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JetBlue Airways and Icelandair have filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation to launch a bilateral codeshare partnership offering connections between the two airlines’ networks, with a focus on gateway airports at Boston, New York JFK and Reykjavik.

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All told, I found Icelandair’s Saga Class on-board product roughly equivalent to U.S. domestic first-class or premium economy on leading global carriers. Nothing special, but it gets the job done. Most importantly, the airline got us safely and usually smoothly to Reykjavik

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Flights to Anchorage will begin on May 15 with non-stop seasonal service from Iceland twice a week through mid-September 2013. In 2013 Icelandair will also operate four round-trips a week to Zurich and two round-trips a week to St. Petersburg, on a summer-season basis.

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Icelandair will launch service from Denver on May 11, 2012 with four non-stop flights a week to Reykjavik in Iceland.

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Low-fare airline Iceland Express is launching a new seasonal route from Boston to Reykjavik in Iceland, operating the service from June 2 until August 31. It will offer four round-trips a week on the route.

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Icelandair is launching four-times-weekly seasonal service from Washington Dulles International Airport to Reykjavik’s Keflavik International Airport on May 17, 2011, with the service continuing through September 13, 2011.

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According to the carrier, when its New York-Reykjavik service begins Delta Air Lines will be the only U.S. carrier to serve Iceland nonstop from the United States.

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