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Icelandair Places First-Ever Airbus order of 13 A321XLRs

Icelandair Now Eyes Higher Profits, $1.6 Billion 2024 Revenue

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Icelandair’s 2024 Financial Outlook Shows Optimism After Overcoming Volcanic Activity Concerns Icelandair looks ahead to higher profits after recent uneasy times caused by media reports of volcanic activity in Southwest Iceland. Its 2024 guidance shows strong signs of recovery, with financial growth gaining speed. The company revealed its optimistic results… 

Icelandair Places First-Ever Airbus order of 13 A321XLRs

Icelandair Boosts Passenger Flexibility with Volantio’s Revolutionary Rebooking System

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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.

Icelandair Places First-Ever Airbus order of 13 A321XLRs

Icelandair on Course for Net Profit in 2023 Despite Cargo Challenges and Rising Fuel Costs

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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… 

Icelandair Places First-Ever Airbus order of 13 A321XLRs

Icelandair Places First-Ever Airbus order of 13 A321XLRs

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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).

Icelandair Wants Icelanders to Get Out and Find their City

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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.

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