Icelandair and WOW Air have canceled all flights to destinations on the northeast coast of the US today.
The online version of the British Daily Mail published a story today about selfies that WOW Air pilots took of themselves in the cockpit during a flight from San Francisco to Keflavík.
Last year’s turnover at WOW Air amounted to ISK 36.7 billion, representing a 111 percent increase from the previous year.
An emergency was declared yesterday morning onboard Icelandair flight FI440, approaching Manchester Airport.
Rescue workers have been called out in Southwest Iceland to assist people due to the severe weather that is affecting the area.
Police were called out to Keflavík International Airport this morning to search for a drunk passenger.
Air Iceland flight attendants signed a new wage contract before midnight last night, thereby averting an impending three-day strike.
Domestic Air Iceland flights will be canceled tomorrow if an agreement is not reached in wage negotiations with flight attendants today.
Due to icy conditions, a WOW Air flight to Copenhagen was delayed after a service vehicle slid into the aircraft where it was parked.
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The world’s largest cargo aircraft, the six-engine Antonov An- 225, is expected in Keflavík International Airport tonight, from Leipzig, Germany.
Due to heavy rain and very windy conditions, all flights of Air Iceland are on hold and Ernir Airlines has canceled all flights today.
The Aviation Color Code for Katla volcano, which was changed to yellow last week due to a series of earthquakes, has been changed back to green.
Long-range Russian bombers flew directly below an Icelandic passenger jet en route from Keflavík to Stockholm on Thursday.
Friday afternoon, 130 Icelandic rescue workers were called out because of a passenger jet, which was experiencing engine trouble.
Four US Air Force fighter jets flew across South Iceland this morning. People were surprised at the sight and engine sound but the birds even more so. The Icelandic Coast Guard reported that the jets had had a stopover in Iceland on their way across the Atlantic.
The Association of Icelandic Air Traffic Controllers and Isavia, the company which runs Keflavík International Airport, finally reached an agreement in their wage dispute on Friday.
WOW Air has purchased four new Airbus A321 aircraft, which will be ready for delivery next year and in 2018.
Early this morning, air traffic controllers voted against a new wage agreement with SA-Business Iceland and Isavia.