S7 Airlines to launch services to Iceland

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By victoria@aviationnews-online.com January 31, 2018 12:21

S7 Airlines to launch services to Iceland

S7 Airlines, oneworld alliance member, has announced its intention to commence seasonal services to Keflavik Airport, Iceland. Beginning on 9 June, the carrier will start a weekly 176-seat, 737-800 service from its Moscow Domodedovo hub. The new connection will mean that Keflavik is connected to 31 countries in S18.

The 3,380-kilometre flight leaves Domodedovo on Saturdays at 20:10 and arrives in Iceland at 22:25. On the return sector, passengers will leave Keflavik at 23:25 and arrive back in Russia at 07:10 the following morning (all times are local). Russia was last served from Keflavik in 2014, when regular flights were operated to St. Petersburg.

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By victoria@aviationnews-online.com January 31, 2018 12:21