2010-08-08 23:07:46 UTC
June 2011. I can't figure out why, and I suspect I'm not the only one.
Iceland is a teensy tiny country, with a population of 317,000, which
makes it about the size of Pittsburgh or Toledo. It has modest
interest to tourists, but that market is well served by Icelandair and
Iceland Express, most of whose passengers just transit Iceland between
the US and Europe on cheap flights. It is not close to anywhere.
What is Delta thinking? Do they think it's still 2008 and Iceland's
banks aren't all bankrupt?
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