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New air service to Winnipeg, Manitoba

The amazing wildlife, scenery and culture of Manitoba are now more accessible with the announcement of a new air service between London Gatwick and Winnipeg.

Iceland Express announces new flights to Winnipeg

Starting June 2010, Iceland Express will fly twice a week from Reykjavik’s Keflavik International Airport to Winnipeg International Airport, in Manitoba, Canada.

New direct flights open up Iceland’s next ‘must see’ destination

New direct flights open up Iceland’s next ‘must see’ destination

In Iceland the old idiom ‘it’s grim up north’ does not apply and with the launch of new direct flights next summer to Iceland’s second city, Akureyri, UK visitors can now find out why.

Iceland Express takes a bite of the Big Apple

Starting June 2010, Iceland Express will fly out four times a week from Reykjavik’s Keflavik International Airport to New York City’s Newark International Airport.

Iceland express lands in Akureyri

Iceland Express has added its third new flight path in a month to its growing schedule of services. Starting in June 2010, visitors to Iceland can opt for an alternative city break to Reykjavik by flying from London Gatwick to Akureyri.

London’s calling for Iceland Express

An increasing call for flights between London and Reykjavik has prompted Iceland’s low-fare airline to add yet another UK airport to its schedule.

Iceland Express launches new UK route

Following the successful launch of the London Gatwick to Reykjavik route, Iceland Express is making another addition to their UK schedule.

Fun in Reykjavik’s midnight sun

Head to Reykjavik with Iceland Express to see the country’s quirky customs come alive. Reykjavik’s shops, banks and offices are set to become playing grounds for colourful activities and entertainment during the city’s famous Culture Night.

Reykjavik gears up for Gay Pride

Iceland is set to see a flurry of carnival, colour and celebration this August as Gay Pride hits the streets of Reykjavik. The capital city’s population is set to rise by almost 40 per cent as it plays host to the biggest gay and lesbian event of the year from 6 – 9 August 2009.

Iceland Express packages are a work of art

Festival fever has hit Iceland Express, Iceland’s low-fare airline, as the country prepares for its famous art extravaganza. The Reykjavík Arts Festival, held between 15 and 31 May 2009, boasts world-class artists and includes shows and events taking place in a variety of locations, including lighthouses, private homes, the city streets and selected spots in the countryside.

Enjoy an ice-cool Easter

Give chocolate eggs the cold shoulder this Easter and treat the family to an unforgettable adventure in Iceland. This colourful country is the perfect family destination and with low-fare airline Iceland Express offering a 50 per cent discount on all children under the age of 12 there has never been a better time to go.

‘There’s more to Iceland’ says airline company

Low-cost airline Iceland Express is out to show there is more to its beautiful country than a collapsed economy. With the launch of Iceland Express’ new Gatwick route fast approaching – the budget airline is taking time out to educate South-East travel agents about Iceland.

Pickled ram testicles anyone?

It’s cold, it’s winter and the world is an uncertain place, but it’s party time in Iceland. Low-cost airline Iceland Express invites Brits to celebrate the Icelandic winter festival of Thorrablot – the midwinter feast which is held until 21 February 2009.

Iceland Express puts Stansted on sale

As Iceland Express bids farewell to Stansted and waves hello to Gatwick - the low-cost airline is putting the last seats on the route on sale. For three days only Iceland Express is offering a special reduced rate from London Stansted to Reykjavik.

Shopping tips from Iceland’s capital of cool

Spending sprees to Iceland now come with your own personal shopper thanks to budget airline, Iceland Express. A host of retail therapy experts can now be ordered online at The airline has launched a new personal shopper service for visitors who want to make the most of their spending time in Reykjavik and take advantage of the weakened Icelandic Krona.