Icelandair

Icelandair Boeing 757 at Dublin Airport 2022 - copyright Patrick Hughes

Icelandair, with its roots tracing back to 1937, is a story of Icelandic resilience. Initially known as Flugfélag Akureyrar, it began with a single floatplane in Akureyri. Despite a setback in 1939 due to an accident, Icelandair rose to become a central figure in the North Atlantic aviation world, bridging Iceland with Europe and North America. This journey, starting from a small country, reflects the airline’s commitment to connecting people and growth plans.

Icelandair is ranked as a 3 star airline (ratings by Skytrax).

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Icelandair Boeing 757 at Dublin Airport 2022 - copyright Patrick Hughes

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