S7 Airlines to launch services to Iceland

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed 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.

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed January 31, 2018 12:21