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Icelandair will fly more during the second half of October and the beginning of November. According to the new interim extended schedule, Routes Online reported. The new schedule contains plans until 8 of November.
At first, the airline plans to double the number of flights on the main routes. As for now, Icelandair flies from Keflavik to Copenhagen seven times per week, however, after 19 of October plans increase up to 16 times per week. Similar plans are for flights to Heathrow, London (an increase from 7 to 14 times per week after 26 of October). The almost double increase will be on the route from Keflavik to Tegel, Berlin – from four to seven after 25 of October. Also from 8 of November, all Berlins flights will be transferred to the new airport – Berlin Brandenburg.
Second, there will be more flights to other two Scandinavian capitals. Increase on the route from Keflavik to Oslo will be from six to eight flights weekly from 19 of October. From Keflavik to Stockholm Arlanda from four to six flights weekly after 19 of October and then to eight flights weekly after 26 of October. There will be more flights to Charle De Gaule, Paris after 19 of October.
Meanwhile, there will be a slight decrease, from three to two flights weekly, from Keflavik to Zurich and from four to three to Munich.
However, announced plans do not mean that Icelandair will perform all these flights, Icelandair’s information officer Ásdís Ýr Pétursdóttir explained Flugblogg. “We are constantly reviewing our flight schedule. Our main aim is to get those who wish to travel to their destination through other Icelandair destinations or without partner airlines. The flights that are bookable in our systems, but, because of the fast-changing environment and market conditions, we make changes to these flights, if necessary less than 48 hours before departure, first and foremost to ensure that we get our customers safely and surely to their destinations. For those who do not wish to travel and their flight is cancelled we offer them to change their booking without a change fee, travel credit or a full refund”, said Ásdís Ýr Pétursdóttir.