Articles Tagged ‘Icelandair’
We look at the world’s top-10 long-haul narrowbody operators and routes, together with the most dominant aircraft and countries.
Keflavik was to receive Juneyao from Shanghai before coronavirus, with Asia a key target for the airport. Its revamped incentive scheme will help.
About 53% of Icelandair’s passengers connect via Keflavik, with Paris CDG, Amsterdam, Stockholm, and Copenhagen featuring heavily in top-20 airport-pairs.
Aarhus steals the show in Arch of Triumph Part I voting; Choose now from 30 arches and select your favourite Arch of Triumph – S19 Part II
Aarhus Airport stole the show in S19 Part I of the Arch of Triumph Public Vote, securing 71% of all ballots. With a further 30 entries in Part II of the S19 season launch voting, take a peruse through the global salutes and choose your favourite today. Vote now!
Icelandair initiates a three times weekly service from Reykjavik/Keflavik – will grow to four weekly in May.
Narrow-body aircraft on long-haul routes; US is leading market in S18, Copa Airlines heads airline rankings
Narrow-body aircraft are typically workhorses for short- and medium-haul flying. However, some carriers choose to deploy single-aisle types on longer sectors, including a growing number of LCCs. Nick Preston reveals the leading airlines, airports and country markets for long-haul narrow-body flights in S18.
ACI-NA JumpStart Air Service Development Conference 2018 – a review of this year’s event, hosted by Cleveland Airport
Earlier this month ACI-NA’s JumpStart Air Service Development Conference took place in Cleveland, Ohio. Take a closer look at the events that unfolded over the three-day event, ranging from the topics discussed at the education sessions, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame party, and more.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, along with Kansas City and Shannon’s award wins, we have news from Cluj-Napoca, Debrecen, Düsseldorf, Lodz and Cardiff airports.
Winners don’t get prouder than this, as 15 members of last week’s victors from Lisbon Airport’s fire crew take centre stage – including Miguel Moreira with the certificate. It is a record week of entries, with 23 FTWAs battling it out to get that little piece of paper on their airport’s fire station walls.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Verona Airport welcomes its newest airline partner Cyprus Airways, while Cardiff Airport and Flybe celebrate the airline’s three-year anniversary of its base opening, and there is news from Montpellier, Austin, Rochester, St. Petersburg and Birmingham airports.
Icelandair launches flights from Reykjavik/Keflavik to Dallas/Fort Worth and San Francisco.
13 airports do battle for Week 21 Arch of Triumph glory, with entries from Europe, plus North and South America. With an average score of 30.2 out of 40, it has certainly been a week of high-standard FTWAs. However, a past champion has clinched pole position for its sublime efforts in welcoming yet another transatlantic service. […]