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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 reaches new collective pact with pilots

    News | 10 Dec 2014 07:23

    ​Icelandair pilots have signed a tentative collective-bargaining agreement which will be put to cockpit union representatives for a final vote.
  • Used jet aircraft transactions: 10-17 November 2014

    News | 17 Nov 2014 11:18

    Fly Leasing sells 757s. Fly Leasing has agreed to sell eight Boeing 757 aircraft from its fleet.
  • European carriers report solid traffic growth in October

    News | 12 Nov 2014 17:01 | Graham Dunn

    ​Traffic among European carriers to so far report figures for October show solid growth of nearly 6% over the same month last year.
  • FLY Leasing's 757 sales 'exceed net book values'

    News | 12 Nov 2014 12:23 | Laura Mueller

    ​FLY Leasing has agreed to sell eight of the 11 Boeing 757s in its fleet for proceeds that will "exceed the net book values of the aircraft", according to its chief.
  • Icelandair adds a fifth to third-quarter operating profit

    News | 30 Oct 2014 17:16 | Niall O'Keeffe

    Icelandair boosted EBITDA 21% to $124 million in the third quarter and has raised its full-year earnings estimate to $150-155 million, after lowering it to $138-143 million in the wake of industrial action in June.
  • Icelandair switches back to Orlando International from Sanford

    News | 17 Oct 2014 17:09

    Icelandair is to resume services to Orlando International airport next year.