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ICELANDAIR PLANS TO SERVICE FORT LAUDERDALE BEGINNING THIS SUMMER AND CONTINUES FLIGHTS FROM ORLANDO THROUGH SUMMER

 NEW YORK, Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Icelandair will expand further into the Florida market this summer when it begins servicing Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. The airline will then have four gateways in the United States. Icelandair already flies out of Orlando International Airport, New York's John F. Kennedy International and Baltimore-Washington International airports.
 Departures will begin out of Fort Lauderdale June 12 at 6:50 p.m. and continue every Saturday with excellent connections in Keflavik, Iceland's hub, to Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Amsterdam, London and Frankfurt. Also this summer, Icelandair will fly out of Orlando International Airport twice a week. The airline has been servicing Orlando all year except during the summer.
 Icelandair, the airline with the youngest fleet in the skies, offers competitive fares in both the main cabin and Saga Business Class to destinations throughout Continental Europe, Scandinavia and the United Kingdom, and with most of Icelandair's fares travelers can stop in Iceland -- No Extra Airfare. Icelandair's stopover packages in Iceland provide great value for stays up to three nights.
 For further information, travelers should call their local travel agent or Icelandair at 1-800-223-5500.
 Most of the airline's fares to Scandinavia, Amsterdam and the United Kingdom entitle passengers to a $45-bonus voucher that can be applied toward payment on a future ticket on any Icelandair route, duty free purchases inflight or in Icemart shops in the airline's Keflavik hub, stopover tours or a car rental in Iceland, or accommodations or services at certain hotels in the country's capital Reykjavik.
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 /CONTACT: Dara Schechter, director, public relations of Icelandair, 212-330-1444/


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