Aviation News

October 29, 2009

Iceland Express to Start KEF-EWR on June 1, 2010

Beginning June 1, 2010, Iceland Express will fly from Keflavik, Iceland (KEF) to Newark, New Jersey (EWR) three times a week using a leased 757-200 from Astraeus.

The flight is expected to arrive as Flight 413 at 17:40 and depart early the next morning as Flight 414 at 05:50 (EWR local times).

Iceland Express currently has two 737-300s, wet-leased from Astraeus, which they use to fly from KEF to London-Gatwick (LGW) and Copenhagen (CPH).

Gorgeous 1600-wide photo by Bartosz Bera

Click to see this gorgeous 1600-wide photo by Bartosz Bera



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Phil Derner Jr.
Phil Derner founded NYCAviation in 2003. A lifetime aviation enthusiast that grew up across the water from La Guardia Airport, Phil has aviation experience as a Loadmaster, Operations Controller and Flight Dispatcher. He owns and operates NYCAviation and performs duties as an aviation expert through writing, consulting, public speaking and media appearances. You can reach him by email or follow him on Twitter.




 
 

 

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