Iceland’s leading airline Icelandair is set to increase its flights to Iceland from Gatwick, London, throughout 2013.
Icelandair will be increasing its flights to three per week in May, and then a fourth weekly flight beginning 13th September.
“We fly twice daily from Heathrow, which is our main airport in London. Gatwick, however will provide us with further growth which is not available at Heathrow,” explains Birkir Holm Gudnason, CEO of Icelandair.
Gudnason followed by stating, “By increasing the frequency at Gatwick, we hope to enhance further growth to increase the number of holiday seekers to Iceland over the winter months. We are also excited about building up new markets for our connecting flights to destinations in USA and Canada.”
The flights will operate from London Gatwick to Reykjavík, mid-day on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays making it ideal for city breaks from UK to Iceland.
Icelandair‘s schedule for 2013 will be the largest in its 76-year history. Icelandair flies from 4 gateways in the UK to Iceland with connecting service to New York, Boston, Seattle, Denver, Orlando, Washington DC, Toronto, Anchorage, Halifax, and Minneapolis/St. Paul.
For more information on flights to Iceland from Gatwick, visit www.icelandair.co.uk.