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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 Icelandair and WOW air merger could have a big impact on Keflavik Airport

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

Airport Insight: Reykjavik Keflavik International Airport

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the

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

WOW air will deliver on its Eastern promise with the launch of non-stop flights from Iceland to Delhi

The main focus of WOW air’s developing low cost long haul network has been to connect markets across Europe with North America via Keflavik International

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

WOW air uses Iceland to bridge transatlantic divide for smaller US communities

Icelandic low-fare carrier WOW air is to expand its network in the United States with the introduction of new flights from its Reykjavik hub at

Icelandair announces schedule for Tampa service commencing 06-Sep-2017

Icelandair announced (21-Aug-2017) the schedule for twice weekly Reykjavik Keflavik–Tampa service, launching on 06-Sep-2017. The service will allow passengers to connect with services to four UK points in the UK

Icelandair to launch three times weekly Berlin Tegel service on 03-Nov-2017

Icelandair announced (20-Aug-2017) plans to launch three times weekly Reykjavik–Berlin Tegel service on 03-Nov-2017, with plans to expand services to Berlin in summer 2018. Berlin is the carrier’s

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