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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