Top News on Reykjavik

  • FARNBOROUGH: Piaggio Aero delivers first extended range P180 Avanti II to SR Jet

    Piaggio Aero delivered the first P180 Avanti II extended range (ER) at the show to Chinese operator SR Jet. The deal forms part of a multi-million dollar deal for up to ten Avanti II ER’s placed last year by SR Jet's parent company Sparkle Roll Investment.

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  • Unstable approach preceded Dash 8's hard landing

    Pilots of a de Havilland Canada Dash 8-100 had not stabilised the turboprop's approach to Nuuk in Greenland before the...

  • Crashed Superjet landed with retracted gear

    No technical problems were evident on a Sukhoi Superjet 100 test aircraft before it suffered a landing accident at...

  • Prototype Superjet badly damaged at Reykjavik

    Another of Russian airframer Sukhoi's prototype Superjet 100s has been badly damaged, apparently upon landing at...

  • News Listings for Reykjavik

  • Icelandair switches back to Orlando International from Sanford

    News | 17 Oct 2014 16:09

    Icelandair is to resume services to Orlando International airport next year.
  • Wow Air to start Dublin-Reykjavik service

    News | 01 Oct 2014 09:46 | Oliver Clark

    Wow Air is to launch a new year-round Dublin-Reykjavik service next summer, creating the Irish capital's only scheduled passenger link to Iceland.
  • ROUTES: Denver dreams of a New Zealand link

    News | 24 Sep 2014 14:59 | Edward Russell

    ​Denver International airport is pitching Air New Zealand and United Airlines for a possible nonstop flight to Auckland, hoping leisure demand for a connection to Colorado’s mountain resorts is enough to open a new gateway.
  • Greenland Express calls 'temporary halt' to operations

    News | 23 Sep 2014 16:35 | Michael Gubisch

    Greenland Express Air has suspended its flight operations.
  • Icelandair adds Portland to North American network

    News | 09 Sep 2014 18:52 | Edward Russell

    ​Icelandair will launch new service to Portland International airport in May 2015, bringing its North American network to 14 cities.
  • Iceland's Bluebird Cargo picks TP to maintain wheels and brakes

    News | 20 Aug 2014 08:43 | Michael Gubisch

    Icelandic freight operator Bluebird Cargo has awarded Danish-based TP Aerospace a contract to maintain wheels and brakes on its Boeing 737s.