Amadeus, a leading technology partner for the global travel industry, announces an agreement today with Icelandair, a customer-oriented airline and travel service company serving 31 gateways in Europe, the USA and Canada, to develop a baggage reconciliation system, Amadeus Airport BRS, capable of offering real-time, automated loading, tracking and management of baggage.
WestJet and Icelandair have launched a new interline agreement opening up the skies for passengers connecting between the Americas and more than 20 Icelandair destinations throughout Europe.
Boeing and Icelandair have announced a firm order today for 16 737 MAX airplanes, valued at more than $1.6 billion at list prices. The order, originally announced as a commitment for 12 airplanes in December 2012, has been increased to 16 airplanes and includes 737 MAX 8s and 9s, as well as purchase rights for eight additional 737 MAXs.
Boeing and Icelandair have announced a commitment for 12 737 MAXs, valued at more than $1.2 billion at list prices. The commitment by the Icelandic carrier includes 737 MAX 8s and 9s.
The French National Railway, Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Français, and Amadeus have strengthened their 16-year partnership as SNCF becomes the launch customer for Amadeus Agent Track, a state-of-the-art rail booking solution for travel agents. Amadeus, a leading travel technology partner and transaction processor for the global travel and tourism industry, and SNCF have also agreed an extension to their full content agreement, which will now run to the end of 2012.
GatwickAirport, London’s second largest international airport, announced today that Icelandair - the national flag carrier of Iceland - is to expand its London network by starting twice-weekly flights from Gatwick to KeflavikInternationalAirport - 50 km from the capital Reykjavik. Services will start from 18 October 2012.
Gatwick Airport has confirmed Icelandair - the national flag carrier of Iceland - is to expand its London network by starting twice-weekly flights to Keflavik International Airport - 50 kilometres from the capital Reykjavik. Services will start from October 18th 2012.
Icelandair is planning a route schedule for 2012 which will be the largest in the company’s history and 13 per cent more extensive than this year’s schedule. A new year-round destination, Denver, Colorado, will be added, and the frequency of flights to various cities in the United States and Europe will be increased.
Icelandair launched their inaugural flight #644 from Washington-Dulles last night with a gate celebration and inaugural flight ceremony from their newest gateway, Washington D.C.
Icelandair will commence seasonal flights from Toronto tonight with flight #602 departing Pearson International to Keflavik, Iceland.
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