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Articles tagged “icelandair”

Airlines

Airlines Test Adding Metasearch to Their Websites

If they can't beat the online travel companies, airlines might as well try to copy those companies' slickest moves. A couple of carriers are testing the display of flights on rival airlines in an attempt to prevent consumers from clicking away to shop elsewhere.

Airlines Test Adding Metasearch to Their Websites

Overtourism

Iceland Airport Will Get a $1 Billion Upgrade to Cope With Tourism Boom

When the U.S. military built Keflavik airport in the middle of World War Two, nobody would have thought that Iceland would go on to become a major tourist destination. Expanding it therefore makes sense, but the country also needs to consider how other parts of the island will cope with millions more visitors.

Iceland Airport Will Get a $1 Billion Upgrade to Cope With Tourism Boom

Online Travel

The New Wave of Booking Tech That’s Disrupting How Airlines Sell Tickets

Airlines are using new channels, such as Facebook chat and other airlines' websites, to sell their seats and other products. Some are turning to startups for help, rather than rely only on establishment vendors.

The New Wave of Booking Tech That’s Disrupting How Airlines Sell Tickets

Airlines

Airline Stopover Programs Can Be a Huge Tourism Catalyst

Icelandair's stopover policies helped put Iceland tourism on the map but some copycats such as Finnair, Qantas, Copa and Emirates have failed to leverage the gains or made the stopovers too difficult for flyers to take advantage of.

Airline Stopover Programs Can Be a Huge Tourism Catalyst

Airlines

Iceland’s Main Airport Finally Gets Its First Domestic Route

If Iceland wants to do a better job spreading its massive influx of visitors around the country, it's going to need to more than one domestic flight out of Keflavik.

Iceland’s Main Airport Finally Gets Its First Domestic Route

Airlines

You Can Now Book Icelandair Tickets on Facebook Messenger

Kudos to Icelandair for trying something new. But since the Facebook Messenger platform is clunky, most travelers should probably stick with the airline's website.

You Can Now Book Icelandair Tickets on Facebook Messenger

Airlines

Iceland’s Low-Cost Carrier Wow Air Is Bringing Cheap Flights to New York

Deal seekers, rejoice. New Yorkers now have a new cheap way to reach Europe. But don't expect it to be comfortable.

Iceland’s Low-Cost Carrier Wow Air Is Bringing Cheap Flights to New York

Airlines

Icelandair’s New In-Flight Wi-Fi Study Is a Thing of Beauty

Yes, it’s a gently skewed sales tool for Icelandair. Of course, it is! But it’s still gorgeous. We hope it will inspire other airlines to go make a better one. They can start right now.

Icelandair’s New In-Flight Wi-Fi Study Is a Thing of Beauty

SkiftX

Best Travel Ads This Week: Making Business Travel and Mass Transit Look Fun

Travel brands selling vacations and luxury suites have a significantly easier job selling consumers on their products than these more stark service providers but adding a light perspective to what can be a tedious form of travel is a good start.

Best Travel Ads This Week: Making Business Travel and Mass Transit Look Fun

Airlines

WOW Air’s $99 Transatlantic Flights Kickstart Budget Fare Boom

There are so many asterisks to WOW Air’s lowest fares that they makes such claims more of a marketing ploy than consumer reality; however, other airlines will want to compete, making cheap overseas flights possible for clever flyers.

WOW Air’s $99 Transatlantic Flights Kickstart Budget Fare Boom