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  • Icelandair increases 737 Max order

    Icelandair has increased its commitment to the Boeing 737 Max by firming an order for 16 aircraft, up from its initial indication that it would take a dozen. The...

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  • IN FOCUS: Is there room for so many players in civil simulator manufacturing?

    Can the civil aviation market sustain so many flight simulator manufacturers? Three companies are behind 92% of the...

  • Icelandair examines smaller types for future fleet

    Icelandair Group is considering two options for Icelandair's future fleet, notably whether to move away from its...

  • Icelandair shifts volcano-hit hub operation back to Reykjavik

    Icelandair is relocating its hub operation back to Reykjavik today having decamped to the Scottish city of Glasgow...

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  • Icelandair explores possible bond issue

    News | 30 Jul 2014 17:57

    ​Icelandair Group is to explore the possibility of a bonds issue in Iceland which could be worth up to €60 million ($81 million).
  • Icelandair lifts profits despite strike hit

    News | 30 Jul 2014 17:44 | Graham Dunn

    ​Icelandair is blaming strike action in June for taking the edge off its improved group profit performance in the second quarter, but has still lifted its full-year guidance.
  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 21-28 July 2014

    News | 28 Jul 2014 10:45 | Olivier Bonnassies

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  • Icelandair mechanics approve collective agreement

    News | 21 Jul 2014 07:24

    ​Icelandair engineers have approved a new collective bargaining agreement with the flag-carrier.
  • Icelandair escapes threat of strike by MRO staff

    News | 07 Jul 2014 10:32 | Michael Gubisch

    Icelandair has reached a labour agreement with its maintenance personnel.
  • La Compagnie receives DOT permission for transatlantic flights

    News | 30 Jun 2014 15:16 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​French company Dreamjet has received regulatory permission from the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to begin transatlantic flights under start-up brand La Compagnie.