Dublin Airport: Low cost airline launches new route between Ireland and Iceland

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A new route between Iceland and Dublin Airport was launched yesterday.

PLAY, a new low-cost airline, will be flying between Dublin and Reykjavik four times a week.

The first flight of the new route took off from Dublin at 10:00am yesterday.

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Icelandic airline PLAY started operations in June 2021 and is based in Reykjavik’s Keflavik International Airport.

Dalton Phillips, CEO of daa said: “We welcome this morning’s inaugural flight from Dublin to Reykjavik.

“We are excited to see that Dublin Airport will enjoy increased connectivity to and from Iceland with PLAY.

“The increased access to and from Reykjavik shows how attractive the tourism opportunities are at both ends of this attractive new route.”

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