Europe has seven island markets listed as separate countries/territories in the CAPA – Centre for Aviation and OAG databases for aviation data on capacity and…..
Icelandic airport operator and air navigation services provider Isavia has announced a EUR7 million loss in the six months ended Jun-2019 (1H2019) following the collapse…..
It is fair to say passenger numbers in Iceland erupted this decade just like one of its volcanoes, but traffic levels now continue to slip as the country witnesses a cooling in demand
Iceland’s airport operator Isavia has revealed a further reduction in passengers at the country’s main gateway, Keflavik International, and the prognosis for the remainder of…..
As demand cools in Iceland, what now for Keflavik International airport following the collapse of WOW air?
Icelandic airport and navigation operator Isavia says it will be “examining the extent of the consequences that WOW air’s withdrawal may have”, adding it “heavily…..
Riding a rollercoaster – Iceland’s main gateway warns of significant decline in local and transfer passengers in 2019
From the highs of being one of the world’s hottest new destinations, Iceland is hitting a slump in demand driven by rising costs and increasing…..
At an airport investment conference last year the chief executive of Finavia, which is responsible for the operation of Finland’s airports on behalf of the…..
The surprise news (in that it came so soon, rather than at all) of the merger of Icelandair and WOW air poses some questions about…..
Keflavik International helps bring a warm front into Reykjavik with passenger levels into Iceland’s main gateway 11 years ahead of schedule
Isavia, Iceland’s national airport company and air navigation service provider, has forecast that Reykjavik Keflavik International Airport (KEF) will “significantly exceed” 10 million passengers in 2018, according to commercial director…..