Amsterdam, 7 February 2012 - Icelandair and the U.S. carrier Frontier Airlines have joined forces. Passengers to America can easily book tickets online to their final destination via Denver with Frontier Airlines. Denver International Airport is the main hub for Frontier Airlines. It offers 500 flights daily from the airport to 80 destinations in America, Mexico and Canada.
"The addition of Denver as a new destination and the agreement with Frontier Airlines will strengthen and improve the service of Icelandair in the U.S.," said Birkir Hólm Gudnason, CEO of Icelandair. "Denver International Airport is the fifth largest airport in America and it is easy to fly from Denver to many places in the center and west of the country. Previously, a number of important agreements of cooperation with airlines on both sides of the Atlantic were made, among them are Finnair, SAS, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue. These agreements are in line with our strategy to enhance the independence and uniqueness of Icelandair on the international market. "
Icelandair serves year round flights from Keflavik to Boston, New York, Seattle and Washington DC. Seasonal destinations are Toronto and Halifax in North America and Orlando and Minneapolis in Amerika. From 10 May the new yearround service to Denver wil start.
Flights from Brussels will start from 2 June till 21 October.