Icelandair have announced it’s reopening of flights to Minneapolis St. Paul airport in time for the Iceland summer. These transatlantic flights provided by Iceland’s leading airline will be open from May 11th through to October 9th this year. In addition, Icelandair will be flying daily to North American’s Mid-West from June 13th to August 22nd.
This re-opening couldn’t come at a better time, as Iceland becomes ‘the land of the midnight sun’ from the beginning of May. Due to the island’s location, just outside the Arctic Circle, the sun stays visible 24 hours a day during the summer months.
This is where Iceland turns into the Atlantic hub of culture; thriving in entertainment, festivals, music concerts, art showings and sporting events.
Icelandair provides regular services to Iceland’s only international gateway, Keflavik International Airport. Keflavik Airport offers a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere with a vast duty free shopping zone. Frequent locations to North America include Boston, New York-JFK, Seattle, and seasonal services from Minneapolis-St.Paul, Orlando-Sanford, Halifax and Toronto.
Connections to Keflavik International Airport via Icelandair are available to over 20 destinations in Scandinavia, the UK and Continental Europe.