Icelandair is returning to Baltimore after a decade’s absence with flights between Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) and Reykjavik, Iceland, beginning seasonal service on May 28. There will be four nonstop flights a week to Iceland on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays, with connections to and from more than 25 destinations in Europe. BWI service will be in addition to Icelandair’s ongoing flights from Washington-Dulles and adds connections with Icelandair’s partner airlines, JetBlue and Alaska Airlines. Bjorgolfur Johannsson, CEO of Icelandair, said that the time is right for the carrier to return to BWI because its network is bigger than ever, offering more flights and connections to Iceland and beyond. And Ricky Smith, executive director of BWI, said that Icelandair’s flights will provide travelers with more options to fly across the Atlantic. Icelandair passengers can stay in the country for up to seven nights at no additional airfare before continuing to their final destinations.