LOFTLEIDIR ICELANDIC AIRLINES

IATA: LL - 279 ICAO: - FOUNDED: 10 MAR 1944 CEASED OPERATIONS: 1979

HISTORY: LOFTLEIDIR ICELANDIC AIRLINES (IAL) was a private Icelandic airline headquartered on the grounds of Reykjavik Airport in Reykjavik, which operated mostly trans-atlantic flights linking Europe and America, pioneering the low-cost flight business strategy on these routes. In 1979, Flugfelag Islands acquired all assets of Loftleidir, and the airline became known as Icelandair.

 

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15/5/1956 (From Hamburg to Reykjavik to New York)

 

 

20/2/1959 (From New York to Reykjavik to Hamburg)

 

 

21/12/1961 (From Luxembourg to Reykjavik to New York)

 

 

4/6/1974 (From Keflavik to New York, From Chicago to Keflavik)

 

 

15/9/1975 (From Milwaukee to New York to Reykjavik to Luxembourg)

 

 

16/7/1976 (From New York to Keflavik to Luxembourg)

 

 

31/7/1977 (From Nassau to Frankfurt)

 

 

MCO 13/12/1971

 

 

 

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