PLAY eyes Canada transfers on Split service




Icelandic low cost carrier PLAY, which will commence seasonal flights between Reykjavik and Split this summer season is marketing the new service to transfer passengers from Canada. This is despite the transfer time between the two flights exceeding ten hours in both directions. However, the airline notes travellers can incorporate a stopover in Iceland on their way to Croatia at no extra cost. PLAY maintains operations to Hamilton (also referred to Toronto Hamilton Airport), which is some 64 kilometres southwest of Toronto. PLAY’s CEO, Birgir Jonsson, said, “Split is a dream destination for us at PLAY. It has beautiful landscapes and a vibrant culture. I have no doubt this will be one of our most popular destinations this year. Everywhere we go, we give the competition a run for their money. We want to make travel more affordable, and I am sure our Split services will be well received by Canadians who can also visit our beautiful country of Iceland at the same time”. In 2019, Canada’s Air Transat scheduled and put on sale seasonal one weekly flights between Toronto and Split between June 20 and September 12. However, the service was cancelled some six months prior to its launch for “commercial reasons”.

PLAY eyes Canada transfers on Split service

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Title: PLAY eyes Canada transfers on Split service
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Published Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2024 09:30:00 +0000