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Isavia Interim Results - June 30th 2022
Isavia Group’s operating result before depreciation, interests and taxes (EBITDA) in the first half of 2022 was ISK 968 million. This compares to a negative operating result of ISK 3,2 billion for the same period last year. Revenue rose by ISK 9,5 billion year-on-year, totalling ISK 15,8 billion in 2022. Although COVID-19 continued to affect the company’s performance in the first half of 2022, results were considerably better than expected.
Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks Expand Iceland Programme - Increase Capacity by 24% for Winter 23/24
Jet2.com and Jet2CityBreaks have announced an expanded programme to Iceland for Winter 2023/2024. Flights and city breaks will be on sale from nine UK bases. The expansion includes a brand-new programme of scheduled services from Newcastle International Airport in addition to scheduled services from Birmingham, Leeds Bradford and Manchester Airports. Trips will also be available from Belfast International, Bristol, Edinburgh, East Midlands and Glasgow Airports.
6.2 Million Passengers Expected Via Keflavik International Airport this Year
Isavia’s updated passenger forecast for 2022 expects 6.2 million passengers to pass through Keflavík International Airport this year, or about half a million more than Isavia’s updated passenger forecast, published last May, predicted. This is a big increase from the passenger assumptions at the beginning of the year, when almost 4.6 million passengers were expected in 2022. Despite the faster-than-expected increase in the number of passengers, the airport staff managed to ensure that passenger services went smoothly.