After launching its first transatlantic flights in June, Iceland Express is set for significant expansion on its routes to the US.
The low cost carrier has announced plans to launch services to Orlando, Chicago and Boston, and to increase the frequency of the New York route.
The Icelandic airline will launch temporary flights to Orlando from October 2 until October 24 this year. Passengers flying from Gatwick will be able to connect up with the service.
Flights to Chicago, however, will run on a permanent basis from June 10 next year. From June 13, the airline will also launch flights to Boston. Timetables have not yet been announced.
Flights to New York's Newark International airport will be increased from four-times weekly to daily from June 2011. The airline originally launched flights to New York this June.
Matthias Imsland, Iceland Express' CEO, said: "Our New York route was such a success that we wanted to branch out and try flying to other locations in America, as well as offer a lot more flights to the Big Apple."
Passengers flying from Gatwick in the UK will be able to connect up with the flights from Iceland's Rejkjavik airport. Iceland Express will offer a stopover in Reykjavik for all flights to the USA.
The seasonal London to Winnipeg route, which launched temporarily in June 2010, will also be brought back, from June 2011.