Icelandair announces 2 new routes from Iceland to Spain: Barcelona and Tenerife South
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Icelandair has announced the resumption of flights to Spain starting with the summer season 2021, strengthening its commitment to the Spanish market. It will operate flights on 3 direct routes between Iceland and Spain according to the 2021 summer program.
It will resume flights on the route Reykjavik - Madrid, a traditional destination for Icelandair. At the same time, it will start operating flights on routes Reykjavik - Barcelona, announced in the summer of 2020 and which had to be postponed due to restrictions, and Reykjavik - Tenerife South.
Icelandair will operate 3 weekly flights on the route Reykjavik - Madrid, between May 29 and September 18. On the route Reykjavik - Barcelona, Icelandair will operate a weekly flight every Saturday from June 12 to September 11. Linked to the route Reykjavik - Tenerife South, Icelandair will operate 2 flights a week from 1 May to 30 October.
The flights will be operated with Boeing 757-200 aircraft, a single-aisle aircraft, but dedicated to medium and long flights. They will be able to offer on board several fare classes: Economy Light, Economy Standard, Economy Flex, Saga Premium and Saga Premium Flex. The duration of the flights will be approximately 4 hours.