JetBlue has announced that it is expanding its codeshare partnership with Icelandair, the national carrier of Iceland, in order to offer passengers “more ways to book and connect their travel between the two airlines’ networks across Europe and North America”.
Marriott has announced the arrival of The Reykjavik EDITION. The American hospitality chain says that “the arrival of The Reykjavik EDITION further cements EDITION Hotels’ uncanny ability to land in just the right place at the right time”.
Iceland’s PLAY Airlines has announced the addition to its network for the winter season. The airline says that it has added the capital city of the Netherlands to its network due to increasing demand for flights to/from Iceland in line with the improving status of the COVID-19 pandemic and has been allotted slots at Schiphol […]
There is some good news for travellers flying out of Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Maryland. Icelandair is coming to Baltimore with nonstop Transatlantic flights from Reykjavik.
Iceland-based Startup airline PLAY has launched flight ticket sales to 7 destinations across Europe. The airline’s first route will be to London Stansted.
Delta Airlines has announced that the quarantine free flights which it has been running between the United States and Italy since December 2020 will open for leisure travellers on 16th May 2021. Alongside this, Delta is increasing its services to Italy. Read on to find out more.
Delta Airlines has announced three new routes from Boston Logan International Airport and a new service to Canada from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Delta has announced resumption of two routes to Iceland and is also starting a third-brand new too.
Iceland yesterday opened its borders for all visitors and tourists who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Philippines has expanded the travel ban to 19 more countries after the country imposed a travel ban on United Kingdom amid concerns of a newly detected and fast-spreading COVID-19 variant.