Icelandair will connect Reykjavík to Prague
The northernmost capital in the world, a city of monuments and mysterious corners – Reykjavík is the gateway to the beautiful Icelandic landscape full of waterfalls, water geysers, warm and hot springs surrounded by snow, glacial plains, rocky deserts and steaming volcanoes. It is a place to which flights from Prague’s Václav Havel Airport will be available from June next year, operated by Icelandair, a carrier which is launching its new service to Prague.
“The opportunity to welcome a new carrier to Prague airport is always a clear proof of the attractiveness of the Czech market. Icelandair’s new direct connection will not only support outbound tourism to Iceland, but will also provide another transfer opportunity to Icelandair’s extensive network of connections across North America. With this new connection, we expect to see increased tourism between the Czech Republic and the United States or Canada,” Jaroslav Filip, commercial director of aviation at Prague airport, said.
The carrier will offer flights to Keflavík airport four times a week, every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, in Boeing 737 MAX8 for 160 passengers.
“We are pleased to add these two great cities to our extensive summer program. Prague is an exciting destination, known for art, culture and history. This is the first time we have offered scheduled flights to Prague, and we see great opportunities in the convenient connecting times with our flights to and from North America. This way we can increase connectivity between the two markets and connect people in Iceland and Prague,” Bogi Nils Bogason, CEO of Icelandair, added.
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