Icelandair has announced Innsbruck, Austria as a new destination, with weekly flights between 27 January and 2 March 2024.
Icelandair, the main Icelandic airline based in Keflavik, has placed a firm order for 13 Airbus A321XLR. The order makes Icelandair a new Airbus customer. The airline is also planning to lease four A321LRs.
Icelandair and Turkish Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement. With this agreement, the two airlines will be providing seamless connections to their customers and expand the number of destinations on both carriers’ networks.
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Verona, Italy has been added to Icelandair’s route network, with weekly flights between 20 December and 2 March.
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Icelandair has entered into agreements with BOC Aviation, regarding long-term operating leases of two new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. The aircraft are scheduled to be delivered in autumn 2023.
A Boeing 737 Max 8 named Jökulsárlón will be the first of the fleet to be painted in the new livery, with plans to have a total of five aircraft with the new livery in operation by the end of this month.
Icelandair has announced a further expansion of its codeshare with JetBlue. The current JetBlue codes on Icelandair offer customers direct flights between New York, Newark and Boston and Iceland.