Flights to resume at Keflavik International today
Tuesday 27, April 2010
Icelandair has annonuced that flights to and from Glasgow in Scotland, where it has operated a temporary hub for its trans-Atlantic operation since last week, will move from Akureyri to Keflavik this afternoon.
Flights from Glasgow today at 18:00, 19:05 og 19:20 will arrive at Keflavik.
Departures at 09:10 og 12:00 this morning will be from Akureyri, but departure at 21:00 from Keflavik.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, Icelandair has scheduled three flights to Glasgow and one to Orlando from Keflavik.
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Passengers are urged to monitor arrivals and departures on the websites of Keflavik International or their air carriers since short notice changes may be be expected.
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