Greenland cuts Iceland

Icelandair will to fly only a dozen destinations in the coming winter, but in the summer of 2021 flights to 32 destinations are scheduled, including Copenhagen and Billund.
There are not many Icelandair flights on the departure boards at Keflavik International Airport at the moment. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to extensive travel restrictions that hit Icelandair hard as an international airline.
In the upcoming winter traffic programme, which comes into force today, only 11 destinations are scheduled so far, which are Amsterdam, Berlin, Boston, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, London-LHR, Munich, Oslo, Paris-CDG, Stockholm and Zurich.
On the other hand, there is more optimism for the summer traffic programme, which starts on 28 March 2021. Icelandair has scheduled flights to 22 European destinations as well as 10 destinations in North America. It is all old-known destinations with the exception of Tenerife that are new destination on the route map.
Icelandair says the seat supply in the summer traffic programme will be 25 to 30 percent lower than the capacity offered for the corresponding period in 2019 before the corona pandemic.
Icelandair’s route map for 2021 includes re-election to both Copenhagen and Billund, while Oslo, Bergen, Stockholm and Helsinki also include the six Nordic destinations.
For travelers from Europe hoping to fly to North America via Iceland, Icelandair will be able to offer routes to Boston, Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, New York, Seattle and Washington, D.C. in the United States, as well as Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver in Canada.
Greenland to close for Iceland
Greeenland is planning to close for Icelanders due to the growing number of Corona in Iceland

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