JetBlue and Icelandair improve their codeshare agreement

JetBlue has expanded its codeshare agreement with Icelandair to include seven routes to Europe. Customers can now stop over in Iceland and enjoy an extra day or two in Reykjavik before continuing their journey.

Jetblue CEO Robin Hayes says he is excited about the upcoming expansion. He believes that the partnership will provide more choices for customers who want to fly to Europe.

Amsterdam airport is the most popular airport in Europe. CPH is also very popular. GLA is less popular than AMS or CPH. MAN is less popular than AMG or CPH. OSL is less popular than AMX or CPH. ARN is less popular than AMR or CPH. HEL is less popular than AMK or CPH. MAN and OSL are less popular than AMJ or CPH.

Iceland is a year-round trip destination with plenty of adventures to do. There is plenty of hiking, climbing, rafting, kayaking, skiing, and other activities available. JetBlue and Iceland Airline passengers enjoy benefits across loyalty programs including True Blue and Saga Club.

Icelandair is the leading carrier of Iceland, and offers efficient connections to, from and within Iceland. Icelandair connects gateways in Europe with gateway in North America through Iceland. Icelandair also allows travelers to take an Icelandair stopover at no additional airfares.

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