Iceland at low fares: flights with PLAY-Airlines from Düsseldorf to Reykjavik three times a week and on to the USA
"Pay less, PLAY more" is the motto for all travel enthusiasts from Düsseldorf this summer. Since the young Icelandic airline PLAY started operations in June 2021, the company has been on a rapid growth course.
To date, the airline flies to around 33 destinations from Reykjavik and from June 2023 Düsseldorf International Airport will also be on the flight schedule to the Arctic Circle.
Iceland - A country full of breathtaking contrasts
From 8th June to 28th October 2023, Iceland's magical world awaits travellers with direct flights from Düsseldorf available three times a week - on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and at an affordable price. One-way flights to Reykjavik start at only 79 euros per person, with all flights operated by the Airbus A320neo, offering a comfortable flying experience with around 180 seats and noiseless engines.
Travellers will arrive at Keflavík International Airport in Reykjavik, from where they can immediately explore the fascinating contrasts of Iceland within a few minutes drive. The northernmost city in the world is a vibrant and colourful atmosphere that stands in stark contrast to the dramatic natural landscapes, including whale songs and the northern lights. Sleepy harbours on stunning coastlines, black lava fields, steaming geysers, waterfalls, hot springs in blue lagoons, fascinating mountain ranges, glaciers, and volcanoes - all of these make up the stunning Icelandic landscape.
Uncomplicated connections – from the Northern Lights to North America
If you're looking for even more travel options, consider continuing your journey to the USA with PLAY-Airlines. With flights to New York, Boston, Washington DC, and Baltimore, you can easily combine your trip with all flights to and from Düsseldorf. A return flight to New York can be booked for under 450 euros per person and connecting flights with PLAY from Düsseldorf typically involve an average wait time of just 75 minutes at Keflavík International Airport in Iceland.
Birgir Jónsson, CEO of PLAY, says: "We are very excited to start operations in sssDüsseldorf, one of the most important airports in Germany with the fourth largest passenger volume. This represents a tremendous success and growth accelerator for us. In every market where we are now present, air ticket prices have gone down. So, passengers can be sure that if they book through PLAY, they will get a cheap flight. And that is our motto, passengers spend less on their air tickets and more on their destination. Or as we say at PLAY, Pay less, PLAY more."
The Arctic Circle boasts the largest volcanic island on earth, showcasing an array of breathtaking natural wonders. This boundless wonderland is now accessible to all PLAY passengers departing from Düsseldorf. You can purchase tickets to Reykjavik and onwards to Boston, Washington DC, Baltimore, and New York at flyplay.com.