Play to restart flights from Liverpool

Icelandic airline Play will restart its winter route from Liverpool from September 1.

The low-cost carrier will operate the route to Keflavik in Iceland twice a week until April 15, 2024.

Passengers have to option to connect at Keflavik to destinations in North America.

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To celebrate the restart, Play is offering return flights from Liverpool John Lennon airport to Iceland for £80 and onward flights to the US and Canada from £350 return until September 13.

From then, return flights to Iceland will start at £99 return and to the US and Canada from £100 return.

Birgir Jónsson, chief executive, said: “In Iceland, we share Liverpool’s passion for music and football, which makes this seasonal route one of Play’s strongest with Icelanders visiting the UK, and our relaunch comes just in time for the restart of the Premier League season.

“This affordable route is also ideal for Liverpudlians heading stateside for Christmas or new year and wanting to turn a stopover into a bucket-list trip.

“Travellers can extend their layover for no extra cost and add on a day trip to see Iceland’s Geyser National Park, or swim in our warm lagoons.”

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