Icelandair is to add a 19th Northern American destination next year with new flights to Cleveland in Ohio.
The carrier will run four flights a week on the route from Reykjavik to Cleveland starting in May 2018.
Cleveland is known for as a centre for the manufacturing, financial services and healthcare industries, and is also home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Icelandair’s CEO Birkir Holm Gudnason said: “Cleveland is the perfect destination for our route network. We are happy to be the first carrier to provide service to Europe in eight years.
“This addition also strengthens our route network and bridges Europe and Cleveland together by providing direct service to Iceland in addition to quick and convenient connections to 30 destinations in Europe.”
The airline is due to introduce Tampa as its next US destination next month with services due to begin on September 6.
Icelandair flies to Reykjavik from seven UK airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Belfast.