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Delta returns to Keflavik Airport
U.S. airline Delta has announced plans to fly to Iceland from three U.S. destinations this coming summer. In addition to Minneapolis and New York they have added Boston which is a new destinaton for the airline to and from Keflavik Airport. The flights will start in May. “We are delighted be news of this announcement by Delta,” says Guðmundur Daði Rúnarsson, Chief Commercial and Airport Development Officer at Keflavik Airport. “The addition of Boston as a new destination is confirmation of what we have been saying recently. There is great interest in Iceland as a destination post Covid-19.”
ISK 13.2BN loss from the operation of Isavia in 2020
The results of the Isavia group for the year 2020 were negative by ISK 13.2bn after taxes, a ISK 14.4bn change from the year before. The year’s income amounted to ISK 14.7bn, a decrease of around 62%. Cash and cash equivalents amounted to approximately ISK 9.4bn at the end of 2020. This is stated in the financial statements of the Isavia group that were approved at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) held online today. The majority of the income decrease of the group between years can be traced to the operation of Keflavík Airport and the Duty-Free Store, as the number of passengers passing through the Airport decreased by 81%.