Keflavik Airport introduces Israel to its network
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Posted: 14 September 2017 | International Airport Review | No comments yet
Keflavik Airport has introduced a new direct link to Tel Aviv, Israel.
Continuing the airport’s route expansion, Israel joins 21 other new routes that have been introduced in 2017 so far.
WOW air will be providing the service four times a week to the Israeli city.
Connecting the Icelandic hub to Israel for the first time, the Middle Eastern country becomes the carrier’s 14th country market served from Keflavik – and the airport’s 28th.
This year Keflavik Airport serves 112 destinations across 30 countries.
Now offering close to 38,000 weekly one-way seats to 30 destinations from Keflavik, WOW air utilises the carrier’s fleet of 220-seat A321s on the 5,272 kilometre-sector.