Icelandair is pleased with the change of fortunes it experienced in 2022, which contributed to a drastic reduction in losses. The airline is bullish about 2023 as it sees a very strong recovery of capacity to Iceland this summer and strong bookings to North America....
Icelandair Group plans to make a decision on the replacement of its Boeing 757s no later than early 2023. The airline has issued requests for proposals to both Airbus and Boeing and engine manufacturers. “We started the fleet process and the goal is to conclude this...
Swedish start-up Heart Aerospace has redesigned its full-electric regional aircraft from a 19-seater to a 30-seater. The airframer also announced Air Canada and Saab as new minority shareholders of the project, while also announcing new orders. Heart unveiled the...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of June 2022: 30 – KLM has repaid the final €277 million of the state-backed credit facility that it received as Covid aid in 2020. Since May, the Dutch carrier repaid the €927 million drawn from...
Icelandair is preparing for a strong summer that should accumulate net profits for the second and third quarters, but the outlook after that remains uncertain. Therefore, the carrier isn’t offering full-year guidance, it said on April 29 in its Q1 earnings...
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