Iceland’s newest airline, Play, thinks that it has turned the corner on its worst losses and will produce an operating profit later this year. This is all thanks to reaching certain economies of scale in its fleet, network, and operations that will translate into...
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...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of February 2022: 8 – SAS will add Toronto to its network again from June from Copenhagen and Stockholm. It will offer three weekly services from Copenhagen and four from Stockholm, using its new...
Icelandair will decide before the end of the year which aircraft type will replace its Boeing 757-fleet, CEO Bogi Nils Bogason said on September 8 in an interview with Center for Aviation (CAPA) Live. He confirmed that the airline has restarted its long-term fleet...
Icelandair is likely to get a new shareholder. Private multi-asset management firm Bain Capital has signed a binding agreement to take a 16.6 percent share in Icelandair Group the owner of the airline. The transaction, which is valued at $66.1 million, will be...
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