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07.10.2019

Traffic Data September 2019

The total number of passengers on Icelandair’s flights was 421 thousand in September, decreasing by 1% compared with September last year. The total capacity decreased by 5% between years. The load factor was 80.5% compared to 81% in the same period last year. The number of passengers to Iceland increased by 18% compared to September last year. This year, the number of passengers to Icel ...

04.10.2019

Collective-Bargaining Agreement with FIA approved

The members of The Icelandic Airline Pilots Association (FIA) have approved the new Collective-Bargaining Agreement with Icelandair Group hf. and Icelandair ehf. The agreement has therefore become effective and is valid until 30 September 2020. Contact information Investors: Íris Hulda Þórisdóttir, Director Investor Relations. E-mail:  ...

30.09.2019

Icelandair discontinues flights to San Francisco and Kansas City

Icelandair’s flight schedule for the summer 2020 is currently under review with the aim to improve the profitability of the Company’s route network and minimize risk in relation to the suspension of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. New gateways are being analysed but a decision has already been made to discontinue flights to San Francisco and Kansas City in the United States for commercial reasons. ...

25.09.2019

Agreement signed with the Icelandic Pilots Association (FIA)

Icelandair Group hf., Icelandair ehf. and The Icelandic Airline Pilots Association (FIA) have renewed its current collective-bargaining agreement until 30 September 2020. The collective-bargaining agreement is identical to the current agreement between the parties except for that salary increases which were supposed to become effective on 1 October 2019 will become effective on 1 April 2020. Th ...

20.09.2019

Financial effects of Boeing 737-MAX Suspension

 Financial effects of Boeing 737-MAX Suspension As previously announced, the suspension of Icelandair’s Boeing 737-MAX aircraft has had negative financial effects on the Company. The estimated impact on EBIT quantified to date as of 1 August 2019 amounted to USD 140 million and has increased during recent months since the suspensio ...

06.09.2019

Traffic Data August

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07.10.2019

Traffic Data September 2019

The total number of passengers on Icelandair’s flights was 421 thousand in September, decreasing by 1% compared with September last year. The total capacity decreased by 5% between years. The load factor was 80.5% compared to 81% in the same period last year. The number of passengers to Iceland increased by 18% compared to September last year. This year, the number of passengers to Icel ...

04.10.2019

Collective-Bargaining Agreement with FIA approved

The members of The Icelandic Airline Pilots Association (FIA) have approved the new Collective-Bargaining Agreement with Icelandair Group hf. and Icelandair ehf. The agreement has therefore become effective and is valid until 30 September 2020. Contact information Investors: Íris Hulda Þórisdóttir, Director Investor Relations. E-mail:  ...

30.09.2019

Icelandair discontinues flights to San Francisco and Kansas City

Icelandair’s flight schedule for the summer 2020 is currently under review with the aim to improve the profitability of the Company’s route network and minimize risk in relation to the suspension of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. New gateways are being analysed but a decision has already been made to discontinue flights to San Francisco and Kansas City in the United States for commercial reasons. ...

25.09.2019

Agreement signed with the Icelandic Pilots Association (FIA)

Icelandair Group hf., Icelandair ehf. and The Icelandic Airline Pilots Association (FIA) have renewed its current collective-bargaining agreement until 30 September 2020. The collective-bargaining agreement is identical to the current agreement between the parties except for that salary increases which were supposed to become effective on 1 October 2019 will become effective on 1 April 2020. Th ...

20.09.2019

Financial effects of Boeing 737-MAX Suspension

 Financial effects of Boeing 737-MAX Suspension As previously announced, the suspension of Icelandair’s Boeing 737-MAX aircraft has had negative financial effects on the Company. The estimated impact on EBIT quantified to date as of 1 August 2019 amounted to USD 140 million and has increased during recent months since the suspensio ...

06.09.2019

Traffic Data August

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