PLAY low price airline takes off late June from London to Iceland

The Nordic island nation that offers us the Northern Lights celestial mild present, glaciers, dramatic landscapes and volcanoes is gaining a brand new low-cost flight service from London.

In tandem with Iceland’s place on the coveted UK inexperienced checklist, airline PLAY, conspicuous with its daring shiny pink livery, is launching flights from London Stansted airport to Iceland’s capital Reykjavik. Fares begin from £30 a technique together with taxes.

Mr. Birgir Jónsson, CEO of PLAY says,

“It’s good to have the ability to open up Iceland to UK travellers and provide aggressive fares now that worldwide journey has resumed. Whereas the UK market is aware of Iceland nicely, the vacation spot has modified slightly lately with the (minor) volcanic eruptions within the Reykjanes Peninsula. Actually, a must-experience for UK travellers.”

PLAY will function direct flights working 4 instances every week on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, with the intention of introducing each day flights sooner or later.

The inaugural flight is scheduled to depart London Stansted at 16.10 on Thursday 24 June, arriving in Iceland at 18.20.

Jónsson provides:

“We’re trying ahead to offering protected easy journey, and nice worth, as we convey low fares to folks within the UK.” 

This summer season, Iceland will probably be fashionable for Brits searching for huge open areas, beautiful surroundings, and top-quality delicacies after a protracted winter spent indoors. With a brief flight time of simply over three hours, Iceland is a superb alternative for a weekend getaway of tradition blended with bucket-list actions comparable to whale watching, geothermal baths, and the prospect to witness volcanic eruptions and geysers.

The PLAY fleet will comprise three Airbus A321neo plane, every with 192 financial system seats. The primary plane, TF-AEW, commences operation on 24 June. The second and third will probably be delivered in July.

All plane are owned by AerCap, a worldwide chief in plane leasing, and began flying in 2018. 

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