Icelandair and SMBC have signed a long-term lease agreement for one Airbus A321LR aircraft. In July last year, Icelandair signed a contract with Airbus for up to 25 Airbus A321XLR aircraft. The airline also signed a long-term lease agreement with SMBC for four new A321LR aircraft. The Airbus A321LR and…
Icelandair reports the highest revenue quarter ever with a profit of USD 85 million in Q3 2023 Comments from Icelandair CEO Bogi Nils Boganson, President & CEO, said of the results: “We are pleased to deliver such strong results in our largest and most important quarter. Profits were driven by…
Icelandair reports the number of passengers increased by 8% in September. Plus, 10% improvement in on-time performance.
Volantio, the tech enterprise enabling optimized travel offers, has announced Icelandair as its latest airline customer. The Revenue Rebook platform, designed by Volantio, aims to revolutionize how airlines manage their bookings. The platform makes the process more efficient for the airlines and more accommodating for the passengers.
Despite turbulence in its cargo sector and a near 30% increase in fuel prices, Icelandair is set to achieve a net profit in 2023. Iceland’s national carrier has recently updated its financial guidance for the year, promising an optimistic outlook for passenger and leasing operations. Icelandair Strong Financial Performance Across…
In a recent development, Icelandair announced key structural changes to bolster performance, deliver a more integrated approach to commercial operations, and increase the airline’s focus on the customer.
The Keflavik-based airline has just inked a firm order for 13 state-of-the-art Airbus A321XLR (extra long-range) aircraft, marking its debut as an Airbus customer. The Icelandic flagship also has plans on the horizon to lease four A321LRs (long-range).
Stop what you’re doing right now. I don’t care what it is (unless you’re directing air traffic) you will want to take a few minutes to create your own Northern Lights, using science and Icelandair technology.
Iceland is doing a lot to promote as a destination, and both Icelandair and WOW Air offer nifty stop-over packages for those who would rather take a leisurely skip and hop accross the Atlantic, than one quick leap.
But Icelandair is also promoting out-bound tourism, encouraging Icelanders to tap into their adventurous Nordic roots, get out, and explore the world.
Delta Airlines has announced the launch of new seasonal service to Iceland’s Keflavik International Airport from its Twin Cities hub in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport starting May 26, 2016.
Reykjavik will be Delta’s fifth European destination from Minneapolis-St. Paul.