Icelandair is to boost frequency on its Glasgow-Reykjavik service.

Currently Icelandair operate 6 flights a week on the route but from September 7 that will move it daily.

The additional flight will depart on Wednesday from Keflavik each morning at 07.30 into Glasgow at 10.40.   The flight will then depart Glasgow at 14.05 arriving into Keflavik airport at 15.25.

Andres Jónsson, general manager, Icelandair said: “We are delighted to increase the frequency of flights from Glasgow to daily year-round service with exemption of January and February.

“We continue to offer more availability and flexibility to our passengers to plan their journeys and will enable all our transatlantic flights to connect seamlessly with the Glasgow flights. Icelandair now offers 16 North American destinations and to many of them travelling via Iceland is the fastest and most convenient way to travel.”

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