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Routes in brief: Air Astana, HK Express, Icelandair and more

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Routes rounds-up the latest new route announcements, as well as services returning to carriers' networks.

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By the numbers: Iceland

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Routes' latest infographic takes a closer look at Iceland's aviation market as it recovers from the double blow of losing WOW Air and then the...

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Icelandair set for Baltimore-Washington return

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The airline last served the US airport between May 2018 and January 2019 when it competed with now defunct carrier WOW Air.

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Icelandair, Air Iceland Connect to integrate networks

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The Air Iceland Connect brand will be phased later out this month.

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Routes Reconnected Q&A: Keflavik keen to return as link between North America and Europe

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Iceland's largest airport is taking steps to bring all of its pre-COVID airlines back to Reykjavik.

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Icelandair outlines summer schedule

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Total seat capacity is expected to be about 25-30% less than summer 2019, with COVID-19 still causing severe restrictions in many of its destinations.

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Icelandair S21 operations as of 22OCT20

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Icelandair this week outlined updated summer 2021 operation, which sees the airline operates 34 routes. As of 22OCT20, planned operational...

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Icelandair 12OCT20 – 08NOV20 operations

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Icelandair this week extended interim schedule until first week of November 2020, as the airline continues to update planned operation based on...

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Over 100 of the world’s leading airlines to attend Routes Reconnected

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Vice presidents and heads of network planning teams have registered for the event that will support the community in reshaping the world’s route...

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Recovery Tracker: Finnair, IAG, Emirates and more

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A weekly round-up of the latest news from the aviation industry as airlines and airports seek to recover from the COVID-19 crisis.

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