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Boeing, Icelandair finalize order for 16 737 MAX airplanes

REYKJAVIK, Iceland - Boeing and Icelandair announced a firm order today for 16 737 MAX airplanes, valued at more than $1.6 billion at list prices.

Boeing, Icelandair announce commitment for 12 737 MAXs

REYKJAVIK, Iceland - Boeing and Icelandair announced a commitment today for 12 737 MAXs, valued at more than $1.2 billion at list prices.

Icelandair heading to Seattle

QUINCY, Mass. - Icelandair is heading to Seattle and the surrounding areas with trips to Iceland, cool Icelandair merchandise and other prizes for lucky Seattleites.

Icelandair announces nonstop service from Anchorage to Zurich and St. Petersburg

QUINCY, Mass. - Today, Icelandair announces its newest gateway from North America: Anchorage, Alaska along with two new destinations in Europe, St. Petersburg Russia and Zurich, Switzerland.

US passenger arrested for stealing from Icelandair flight attendant

An airline passenger was arrested as he left a flight after being accused of stealing $300 from the purse of a flight attendant.

Icelandair to launch service from Denver International Airport

DENVER, Col. — Today Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Denver International Airport (DIA) announced that Icelandair will begin year-round, nonstop service from Denver to Reykjavik in May 2012.

Icelandair flights back to normal

As the clean-up operation at the now-world-famous Grimsvotn volcano in Iceland continues with the eruption slowly coming to an end, Keflavik International Airport, Icelandair’s main hub, has reopene

Icelandair cancels flights due to volcanic eruption

ICELAND (eTN) - An eruption started in Grímsvötn lakes in Vatnajokull glacier yesterday evening in Iceland.

Icelandair suspends service from Canada

Icelandair has revised its Toronto schedule for 2011, offering four flights a week beginning April 13 and suspending all service from Canada for November and December.

Icelandair to launch service from Washington, D.C.

QUINCY, Mass. - Icelandair will begin seasonal service from Washington Dulles International Airport with four flights a week starting May 17, 2011 through September 13, 2011.

Codeshare partnership signed between Icelandair and Alaska Airlines

"Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air are delighted to welcome Icelandair as our newest Mileage Plan and codeshare partner," said Rick Rasmussen, Alaska Airlines' director of customer loyalty and marketing

Icelandair mechanics’ strike halted

Iceland's parliament passed a law Monday afternoon to terminate Icelandair's mechanics' strike that lasted 16 hours. Several Icelandair flights from Iceland to Europe were delayed 12 hours.

Record number of buyers at Icelandair‘s 18th Mid-Atlantic

“Water-based tourism was prominent at this year’s event and included, for example, whale watching, sea angling, and sailing,” said Steinn Lárusson, the organizer of Icelandair’s 18th Mid-Atla

Record number of foreign tourists in Iceland 2009

Iceland, in spite of challenging worldwide economic times, experienced yet another record year in arrivals in 2009.

Seattle becomes a destination for Icelandair

Beginning July 23, 2009, Icelandair will begin offering transatlantic flights from Seattle's Sea-Tac International Airport.

More Americans visit Iceland

Americans and Canadians seem to be taking advantage of the favorable exchange rate since the collapse of three of Iceland’s largest commercial banks, last fall.

Seattle will soon be a destination for Icelandair

Icelandair has said it will begin new scheduled service between Seattle, Washington, and Reykjavik, Iceland, beginning July 22, 2009, offering four flights a week departing Seattle-Tacoma Internationa

Icelandair adds new destinations, reduces fuel surcharges

Icelandair has announced the addition of two new destinations in 2009.

Iceland’s economic woes is good news for US travelers

The devaluation of the Icelandic krona (ISK) is good news for US travelers, if they have Iceland on their list of places to visit and if they can travel next month.

Appointment of Iceland’s new tourism director slap in the face, critics...

REYKJAVIK, Iceland (eTN) – The appointment of a new tourism director for Iceland is drawing more criticism than praise.“The new director of tourism in Iceland has neither professional education nor significant experience of the nuts and bolts in the industry,” said Bjarnheidur Hallsdottir, spokesperson for the Association of University Educated Tourism Professionals in Iceland.