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Icelandair resumes year-round flights to New York

Icelandair will fly to New York throughout next winter. Past two winters, Icelandair has suspended flights to New York from January until March, responding to the reduced demand for travel to the Big Apple after the terrorist attacks of September 11. Now demand is picking up again, and Icelandair is resuming year-round service from Keflavik to JFK. Minneapolis flights will however be suspended from January through March since, according to Icelandair CEO Jón Karl Ólafsson, demand for flights to Minneapolis is weak during the winter months.

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