Iceland Express (Keflavik) will operate from Copenhagen to Egilsstaðir in eastern Iceland for three weeks in August.
With the demise of Astraeus Airlines on November 21, 2011, Astraeus, Iceland Express began wet leasing two Airbus A320s from CSA Holidays, a Czech Airlines subsidiary.
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Iceland Express (Reykjavik) has dropped the Keflavik-New York route. With the demise of Astraeus Airlines on November 21, Holidays-Czech Airlines started operating its two Airbus A320s for Iceland Express on the following day. The A320s would need to make a fuel stop going to New York.
Meanwhile Iceland Express is moving ahead to acquire its own AOC and will operate its own aircraft by April 1, 2012 according to a report by Iceland Review.
Iceland is becoming a demand destination and new flights are being added. Norwegian Air Shuttle is planning an Oslo-Keflavik route (three times a week) starting in June 2012 according to Iceland Review.
Copyright Photo: Antony J. Best. The two Holidays aircraft do not display any “Iceland Express” markings or logo.
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Iceland Express (Reykjavik) has switched to Holidays (CSA (Holidays) and their Airbus A320s to maintain its schedules due to the demise of Astraeus.
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Holidays Czech Airlines (CSA) (Prague) is getting ready to take delivery of this Thomson Airways Airbus A320.
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