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Keflavik Airport introduces Israel to its network

Keflavik, Iceland - It has already launched 21 new routes so far in 2017

Having already launched 21 new routes so far in 2017, Keflavik Airport has further expanded its route network by welcoming the arrival of a direct link to Tel Aviv. Adding its second new country market this summer, Keflavik Airport celebrated the commencement of WOW air’s four times weekly service to the Israeli city. Connecting the Icelandic hub to Israel for the first time, the Middle Eastern country becomes the low-cost carrier’s 14th country market served from Keflavik – and the airport’s 28th. Now offering close to 38,000 weekly one-way seats to 30 destinations from Keflavik, WOW air faces no direct competition on its latest service which utilises the carrier’s fleet of 220-seat A-321 airplanes on the 5,272 kilometre-sector.

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