BOSTON, February 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Celebrating its new route from Boston to Reykjavik in Iceland, low-fare airline Iceland Express is offering an introductory fare of $299 one-way to fly via Reykjavik from Boston to a host of European destinations.
For those wanting to visit London, Edinburgh, Belfast, Copenhagen, Billund, Aalborg, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Oslo, Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt and Warsaw, bookings must be made before 25 February. Travelers can also stopover in Reykjavik at no extra cost making this summer a whole lot brighter.
Departing from Boston Logan International, the airline will be offering four flights per week commencing on June 2 until August 31, providing the perfect opportunity to experience the stunning landscapes and rich culture of Iceland before continuing to some of the best European summer destinations.
"There has always been a high demand for low fares but now we want to branch out and allow travelers to fly long haul for less - low fare long haul is a burgeoning market," says Matthias Imsland, CEO of Iceland Express.
"By introducing Boston to our schedule and offering such competitive rates, we are reacting to the demand and are able to allow our customers to see a lot more of Europe at a fraction of the cost."
For those wanting to fly from Boston to Reykjavik, there is an introductory fare of $269 one-way.
The airline has also just introduced Apple iPads on all transatlantic flights, allowing passengers to watch films and TV shows, listen to music, read magazines/books and play games.
For information on Iceland Express http://www.icelandexpress.com or call +1-866-512-8364. end_of_the_skype_highlighting
About Iceland Express
Iceland Express is Iceland's low-fare airline. During the winter, the low-cost carrier connects the Icelandic capital of Reykjavik with seven countries - USA, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Austria, London and Poland.
The airline, which launched in 2003, currently operates a daily service between New York and Reykjavik as well as daily flights from Reykjavik to London Gatwick.
Iceland Express offers a healthy onboard menu and is the first low-fare carrier to offer in-flight entertainment. The airline has no length-of-stay restrictions, no Sunday rule and easy online booking. Iceland Express also offers a 25% discount for children under 12 years of age.
SOURCE Iceland Express