Have you ever wanted to see the northern lights up close? Or how about a black sand beach or an awe-inspiring waterfall or maybe Europe’s largest glacier?

Starting this May, it will become a lot easier.

The Pittsburgh International Airport announced Thursday that Icelandair will be offering nonstop service to Reykjavík, Iceland, beginning in May 2024.

The flight will be Pittsburgh International Airport’s second nonstop flight to Europe, with current flights with British Airways to London Heathrow.

With the new flights to Iceland, Pittsburgh will be flying across the Atlantic Ocean every day from May through October.

Icelandair also flies to multiple locations around Europe as well.

Icelandair fleet consists of 43 Boeing and De Havilland aircraft, with 19 more aircraft on order. It serves dozens of destinations in U.S., Greenland, and Europe from its hub at Keflavik International Airport in Iceland.
Flights to Iceland will arrive at the airport at 7:20 p.m. and depart at 8:30 p.m. every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday beginning May 16, 2024.
Flights are available to book now at icelandair.com.