Icelandair expands travel options for connecting flights


Icelandair and Frontier Airlines are now expanding the travel options for connecting flights from Iceland via Denver International Airport. Icelandair announced recently of new service from Denver starting May 11, 2012 with four flights a week to Iceland. Once in Iceland, Icelandair offers connections to over 20 destinations in Scandinavia, the United Kingdom and Continental Europe, with the ability to stopover in Iceland at no additional cost.

“Icelandair is excited to be heading to Denver and thrilled by our partnership with Frontier Airlines. This new Frontier will expand the travel opportunities for the west with competitive airfares, comfortable leather seats, personal in-flight entertainment and three cabins of service. Icelandair looks forward to strengthening the bridge to Europe with convenient connections through Iceland and the fastest elapse time to many European destinations from Denver. Together Icelandair and Frontier Airlines will offer a refreshing alternative for passengers traveling through Denver International Airport,” said Thorsteinn Egilsson, General Manger for Icelandair The Americas.

In addition to Denver, Icelandair now offers non-stop service to Iceland from Boston, New York and Seattle. Icelandair also offers seasonal flights from Washington, D.C., Minneapolis, Orlando, Halifax and Toronto. Connections through Icelandair’s hub at Keflavik International Airport are available to over 20 destinations in Scandinavia, the U.K. and Continental Europe. Icelandair also allows passengers to stopover in Iceland at no additional airfare.

Photo by Phillip Capper

Örlygur Hnefill

Örlygur Hnefill Örlygsson is the manager of Húsavík Hotels and co-founder of He has worked as a journalist at Fréttablaðið newspaper in Reykjavík and at the Parliament of Iceland, as an assistant to MP for North East Constituency.

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