Airlines

The Rise of the Stopover Program

August 23, 2017 Ian McMurtry

With airlines constantly looking for ways to fill seats, the last couple years have seen the arrival of a new marketing strategy: the stopover program. Over the last decade, numerous airlines have adopted stopover programs

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TRIP REPORT: Icelandair Back to the United States

July 19, 2015 Joe Pesek

Flight: FI 647 Route: KEF ✈︎ IAD Flight Time: 10:30am Aircraft: B757-200 Service Class: Economy Over the course of our trip, we had traveled to eight countries and flown on many airlines ranging from low-cost carriers to

Airlines

Air Iceland Adds the Q400 to Its Fleet

July 16, 2015 Ian McMurtry

Air Iceland has joined Icelandair Group’s fleet renewal process. Air Iceland has started the renewal with an order for three Bombardier Q400s. The Q400s are expected to replace the carriers current Fokker F50s that have

Airlines

Icelandair Announces Latest U.S. Route to Chicago

May 13, 2015 Joe Pesek

Icelandair, the quickly growing one-stop carrier based in Reykjavik, has announced its latest expansion to the United States to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD). The flights will begin service in March of 2016 with four