Hopkins Lands Non-Stop Service To Iceland

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(CLEVELAND) - Cleveland Hopkins International Airport announced today that it will soon be home to 4 weekly flights to Reykjavik, Iceland starting in May 2018.

“I want to thank Icelandair for their announcement to begin services from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport,” said Mayor Frank G. Jackson. “This is the first global airline to select Cleveland as a base, and it is a clear indication of the growing interest in our city as an international business and tourist destination.” “Icelandair brings great service and a global reach which is a big win for the corporate community in Cleveland looking to do business in Europe and beyond,” said Airport Director Robert Kennedy. 

Icelandair operates out of Iceland, and uses the country's geographical location mid-way between America and Europe to service other international routes with Iceland as a hub. 

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