Iceland’s national airline Icelandair is beginning to unveil its summer program. The carrier will launch on July 6 two weekly flights between Keflavik International Airport and Nice. The flights will take place every Wednesday and Saturday and will last until August 27.
In addition to the Nice service, the company plans seasonal summer routes to Alicante and Rome from Iceland. In French-speaking Europe, Icelandair already offers flights from Brussels and Paris CDG. The carrier connects three times a week to Brussels. However, the flights have been temporarily stopped and will resume on April 3. On the other hand, the company maintains a daily frequency between Paris and Reyjkavik/Keflavik International Airport.
On its intercontinental network, the carrier announces that it will return during the summer to Montreal, a destination it last served in 2019. No additional information is currently available on frequencies and the launch date of the flight. Icelandair already lands in Toronto. It also serves 7 cities in the United States (Boston, Chicago, Denver, New York, Orlando, Seattle and Washington).
Note that to enter Iceland, vaccinated EU nationals must simply present a negative test (PCR or antigenic) to Covid and fill out an online pre-registration form upon entering the country.
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