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ICELANDAIR INTRODUCES DAILY FLIGHTS AT BWI

 NEW YORK, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Beginning this summer, Icelandair will fly daily direct to Iceland and Luxembourg from Baltimore- Washington International Airport. During last summer, Icelandair flew six days a week to the Grand Duchy (the heart of Europe) from BWI. The addition of one more Boeing 757 to Icelandair's all-new fleet also makes more frequent flights possible to other Icelandair destinations throughout Europe.
 Icelandair will fly daily to Copenhagen and Stockholm, and the airline will go to Oslo six times a week and to Gothenburg twice a week. Icelandair will also take passengers to Amsterdam four times a week.
 Travelers can inquire about flights and make reservations through their travel agent or by calling Icelandair at 1-800-223-5500.
 "Baltimore-Washington International has been evolving as a focal point for Icelandair passengers flying in both economy and Saga Business Class, and we are now in a position to respond to increased traffic," said Sigfus Erlingsson, vice-president Americas.
 Also this summer, Icelandair will maintain its daily frequency from New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. The airline will continue its twice weekly flights to Iceland from Orlando International Airport through the summer and begin service from Fort Lauderdale International Airport.
 No other U.S. carrier flies direct to Luxembourg, and most of Icelandair's low fares to the Grand Duchy allow free use of a rental car for one week (unlimited mileage and VAT included) when two people are traveling together. In addition, rock-bottom rental car rates are offered with many fares to destinations in Scandinavia.
 Increased frequency from BWI is part of Icelandair's larger effort to expand services and improve connections at its Iceland hub while offering unmatched fares -- in the main cabin and in business class -- to many European destinations. In 1992, the airline made available complimentary limousine service to its Saga Business Class travelers and gave them access to a new business class lounge at BWI. Both services continue to be offered.
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 /CONTACT: Dara Schechter, Director, Public Relations of Icelandair, 212-330-1444/


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