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PLAY Adds Service to Liverpool and Geneva for Winter 2022/23 Season

For the winter 2022/23 season, PLAY will launch new service to Liverpool and Geneva. Twice weekly service to Liverpool will run from November 2022 through mid-April 2023, and two weekly flights to Geneva will be offered from February 1st through March 2023.


PLAY Airlines Airbus A321neo - Courtesy PLAY Airlines

On Tuesday (April 5, 2022), PLAY airlines announced the launch of service to two new destinations for winter 2022/23 with flights to/from Liverpool, England and Geneva Switzerland. Twice weekly service to Liverpool will operate on Mondays and Fridays from November 2022 through med-April 2023, while service to Geneva will operate twice weekly from February 1st through March 23, 2023. The carrier’s decision to operate from Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport, will also open a new U.S. route. Next winter, PLAY will serve four U.S. destinations including Washington D.C., New York, Boston and Orlando.


In Tuesday’s announcement, PLAY’s CEO, Birgir Jónsson, said,


“The UK has always been a particularly important market for us, so to announce a second route within a year of launching is an exciting milestone for the company. We look forward to welcoming passengers from the North West region and beyond, to help them on their journey to Iceland or to the USA. We are a no-frills airline, but with our reliable and affordable flights, PLAY’s passengers can spend their hard-earned money in their holiday destination, rather than on getting there.”


Founded in 2019 by Arnar Magnússon, PLAY is a new Iceland-based low-cost carrier (LCC) which operates flights between Iceland and Europe, and will launch transatlantic long-haul service between Europe and North America in spring 2022. The airline launched their inaugural passenger revenue flight on Thursday, June 24, 2021, with service between Keflavík International Airport (KEF) and London Stansted (STN). PLAY’s fleet of Airbus A320neo and A321neos currently connect customers to 16 European destinations, growing to 24 in 2022. This spring, the carrier will have added new aircraft to their fleet, prior to the launch of low-cost transatlantic flights to North America.



Source: PLAY Airlines

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