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…..
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…..
WOW! Icelandair set to take control of its LCC rival, but mixed fleet is among reasons why retaining their individual identities would be key
WOW air founder and CEO Skúli Mogensen has acknowledged that the sale of the business to Icelandair Group “was not part of the original game…..
Attention Travel Managers! Airline negotiations made easier with CAPA Route Capacity Analyser: Reykjavik – Berlin
Supplier contracts with airlines can be an exhausting and time-consuming task and the last thing you want to be doing is wasting time determining what…..
On 05-Nov-2017 TACV Cabo Verde Airlines announced it had received the first of four aircraft from Icelandair, which will be delivered through to Mar-2018. The aircraft…..
According to local press reports, Icelandair Group’s president and CEO Björgólfur Jóhannsson and WOW air CEO Skúli Mogensen agree that Keflavik International Airport should be privatised…..