The low cost airline connecting Reykjavik with top European destinations, Iceland Express has announced details of its 2009 summer timetable. Iceland Express passengers are now able to book cheap flights to Iceland from new destinations such as Cyprus, Geneva and Krakow.
A total of 19 cities will be served by Iceland Express flights from 1 June to 31 August 2009. The airline’s popular Copenhagen route will have 12 flights per week from Reykjavik Keflavik as well as two from the northern town of Akureyri.
Iceland Express’s operations to and from London will be concentrated on London Gatwick beginning in spring 2009. Altogether there will be ten flights per week to London.
Iceland Express’s summer 2009 destinations are: Aalborg, Alicante, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Billund, Bologna, Copenhagen, Cyprus, Eindhoven, Frankfurt Hahn, Friedrichshafen, Gothenburg, Geneva, Krakow, London, Paris, Stockholm and Warsaw.
Iceland Express celebrates its fifth anniversary this year. The airline began offering budget flights to Iceland in 2003 and tourism to Iceland has increased 150 percent since that time, due in no small part to the higher number of flights and lower fares Iceland Express brought about. Iceland Express puts its continuing success down to the company’s innovative outlook, simple fare structure and excellent customer service.
Iceland Express is the low cost airline offering cheap flights to Iceland from 19 top European cities. The airline has no length-of-stay restrictions, no Sunday rule, easy online booking and e-ticketing. For more information, visit www.icelandexpress.com.