Hello Kansas City! Icelandair expands into U.S. Heartland

The Heartland is getting a non-stop connection to Europe. Icelandair announced Tuesday that it will begin flying from Kansas City International Airport, giving the Missouri airport its first-ever regularly scheduled trans-Atlantic route. Icelandair will fly to its main hub near Iceland’s capital of Reykjavik, from where passengers will be able to connect to more than two dozen destinations elsewhere in Europe. The service will be seasonal, beginning May 25. Icelandair will fly three flights a week on Boeing 757 aircraft. USA Today

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