Icelandair is flying from Baltimore / Washington International Airport again after a two-month winter break.Flights to Reykjavik (Keflavik), Iceland resumed March 8th from Baltimore after a short break for the quieter winter months. From April 1st there will be a daily service to Iceland, flights departing Baltimore at 8.45pm and arriving in Keflavik, Iceland at 6.25am. Flight time is 5 hours 40 minutes. Icelandair is also offering connecting flights to 17 other European destinations, including London, Paris and Copenhagen. Passengers can opt for a free stopover in Iceland before continuing to mainland Europe; either a quick stop for rest and relaxation in the Blue Lagoon or a longer stay of up to 7 nights.
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, or BWI, is the airport for both Baltimore and Washington DC and is less than an hour´s drive from Washington. Icelandair has operated flights at BWI since 1990 and has maintained its North American headquarters in Columbia since 1994.