In 2016, Icelandair will start offering Montreal flights to its itinerary. In an announcement made today, an official said seasonal service will be offered between Pierre Trudeau International Airport in Dorval starting in May, with four flights a week to Keflavik International airport. The service will run through to November. Icelandair already offers flights to Toronto, Vancouver, Halifax, and Edmonton. The president and CEO of Aéroports de Montréal said “The arrival of Icelandair marks yet another significant milestone for Aéroports de Montréal and Montreal. Not only will our passengers now have non-stop access to Iceland, but they will also be able to quickly connect to Scandinavian cities like Copenhagen and Stockholm.”
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