American Airlines has announced they’ll be launching new nonstop service from Dallas-Fort Worth to Reykjavik-Keflavik, Iceland (KEF) next summer, as they continue to expand their European destinations from Dallas.
What’s interesting is unlike Delta, which offers year round service from New York (JFK) and seasonal Minneapolis (MSP), now using domestic 757’s with their Premium Select cabin, American will offer a true business class experience on this route as the Boeing 757-200 they are using will have lie-flat seats, Casper bedding and Cole Haan amenity kits.
American Airlines is adding another new destination to its seasonal European footprint when service begins to Reykjavik-Keflavik, Iceland (KEF) next summer. Service to Iceland’s capital and largest city begins June 7 from American’s Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) hub.
American isn’t the only US carrier adding new service. United’s service to Reykjavik from Newark begins on May 24, 2018.
The route will be flown on a 176-seat Boeing 757-200, featuring lie-flat Business Class seats and a full suite of products including American’s innovative Casper bedding and Cole Haan amenity kits in the premium cabin.