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How WOW air bankruptcy affects Isavia’s strategy for Keflavik airport

Isavia has reported rocketing profit after the financial year 2018 thanks to the tremendous growth of passenger’s traffic. The airport operator established a masterplan for urgent adaptation old terminal to the rapid operations increase. Flugblogger discovered the details of their… Continue Reading →

Iceland is not WOW anymore

The major Icelandic airline has ceased operations next morning after the declaration of its salvation. Low-cost WOW air was an important source of tourists for the Icelandic economy. The bankruptcy of the company means that up to 1% of the… Continue Reading →

Back to the future. Why Keflavik paxflow drops to the lowest in two years (updated 22.february)

After the record paxflow in 2018, Keflavik faces disappointment. Fewer passengers in the main Icelandic airport will affect tourism in Iceland, which became the main country´s industry for the past years. Flugblogger learned, whom to blame and what are the… Continue Reading →

How helicopters tours in Reykjavik were chilled by coldest summer

The summer of 2018 in Reykjavik was officially named as the coldest one for the past century. Gloomy weather became another bad factor for Icelandic tourism, together with strengthening krona and uprising costs. Altogether they prevent the industry to show… Continue Reading →

Why Icelandair wants to buy two Atlantic airlines-bankrupts (updated 31.July)

Icelandair group, which includes Icelandic national carrier Icelandair, in the middle of the process of purchase a significant shareholding in two airlines, which commercial situation is more than gloomy. Both airlines are based at islands in the Atlantic ocean, which… Continue Reading →

How Isavia record expectations stumbled on “a hole” in the tourism grow path

2018 is going to bring new record for the biggest Icelandic airport with 10 mln passengers at the end of the year. However, this milestone might be postponed by a recently appeared trend of decreasing numbers of Icelandic tourism. Nevertheless,… Continue Reading →

Icelandic aviation requests money upgrade

Isavia aware: Without financial support from the state, several domestic airports are going to be closed. Local airlines – Air Iceland and Eagle Air – need government help for acceleration paxflow and lowing prices, which are in several times higher… Continue Reading →

How the growing krona helped to balance the passenger traffic in Keflavik

Next year, Isavia is waiting for record figures. For the first time in history, the country’s main airport will overcome the mark of 10 million passengers per year. In Keflavik, every effort now is made to ensure that the process… Continue Reading →

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