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Iceland Express Offers Scheduled Flights to Poland

By Iceland Review

Budget airline Iceland Express will offer scheduled flights to Warsaw for the first time in spring this year. The airline will also begin direct flights to Barcelona again; the city was added to its list of destination for the first time last fall.

Last year, Iceland Express enjoyed a 20 percent increase in passengers compared to 2006, and the increase in non-Icelandic citizens booking tickets with the airline increased by 22 percent year-over-year, as stated in a press release.

“It is amazing that an airline which hasn’t been operating for more than five years has become so established,” said Iceland Express CEO Matthías Imsland. “We aim at being even more successful in 2008 […] and looking for ways to increase diversity and competition for the benefit of Icelandic consumers.”

In 2007, the airline offered scheduled flights to 15 destinations in Europe, and last summer, Iceland Express also flew directly from Akureyri, north Iceland, and Egilsstadir, east Iceland, to Copenhagen.

This year, Iceland Express plans to offer a greater number of tickets for flights to some of its destinations than in previous years, including London, Copenhagen, Alicante and Basel.

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