Icelandair and Air Greenland intend to increase strategic cooperation between the two airlines to boost connectivity in their markets to, from, via and within Greenland and Iceland.

The companies see common opportunities for cooperation that will link Air Greenland’s extensive network in Greenland and Icelandair’s network from Keflavik International Airport.

Icelandair has integrated its regional operations with the international network by moving services to destinations in Greenland from Reykjavik Airport to Keflavik International Airport. This change provides more convenient connections to and from Air Greenland’s extensive network in Greenland to Iceland and Icelandair’s extensive route network in Europe and North America.

Icelandair’s chief executive Bogi Nils Bogason, said: “With better connectivity to Air Greenland’s comprehensive route network in Greenland and to Icelandair’s hub at Keflavik International Airport we will be able to offer seamless connections between Greenland and our extensive network in Europe and North America. We will benefit from Air Greenland’s local knowledge and investment in infrastructure in Greenland and Air Greenland will benefit from our comprehensive sales and distribution network in Europe and North America.”

 

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