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The Return of Icelandair

Edward Russell
May 26th, 2023 at 11:45 AM EDT
An Icelandair Dash 8 at Isafjordur

Photo credit: An Icelandair Dash 8 at Isafjordur Airline Weekly / Edward Russell

Icelandair had a rough few years before and during Covid. But the airline believes it has turned the financial corner, and forecasts its best results in seven years. Edward Russell and Jay Shabat discuss. Plus, Turkish Airlines’ big plans for Anadolujet.

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