Icelandic budget airliner PLAY is opening a new connection to Frankfurt, Germany.
The first PLAY flight to Frankfurt will be on December 14th, and it will operate four to five times a week throughout the winter.
In a press release, PLAY CEO Birgir Jónsson stated: “It’s fantastic to be able to further enhance our connecting flight network, especially when there is a high demand for transatlantic flights from North America. Revenues from passengers coming from North America are much higher than before, making it a good time to increase our offerings in that market. With ten aircraft in the youngest fleet in Europe, we are well-prepared to expand our route system and generate revenues in good balance with costs.”
Frankfurt is the fourth destination for PLAY in Germany, as the company already operates flights year-round to Berlin and plans to have flights to Düsseldorf and Hamburg in the summer.