On March 9, Icelandair begins a new year-round service from Aberdeen International Airport (ABZ) to Reykjavik (KEF).

The new gateway will become the carrier's second in Scotland and sixth in the UK.

Flights will operate four times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, and the new flight will provide easy connections to the airline's 16 gateways in North America plus reduce current travel times by up to several hours.

Destinations in North America include New York, Orlando, Seattle, Toronto and recently announced Chicago starting on March 16 and Montreal on May 19.

The new Aberdeen-Reykjavik service will be operated on behalf of Icelandair by Air Iceland, a subsidiary of Icelandair Group. The aircraft used will be a Bombardier Q400 that seats 72 passengers and offers passengers two cabins of travel to choose from, Economy and Economy Comfort.

 

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