Icelandair is a major commercial airline providing tracks to and from Iceland, and an eye-catching option for cross-Atlantic tracks. Icelandair provides safe, efficient tracks and remarkable service on tracks to places on both factors of the Ocean.The commercial airline functions out of Iceland, and uses the nation's location mid-way between the United States and European countries, as an opportunity to develop an ever-growing system of worldwide tracks with Iceland as a hub.
Birkir Hlm Gunason, CEOBirkir came onboard Icelandair in 2000, first as Revenue Administrator in Iceland, and later Revenue Administrator in Northern America; Common Administrator for Main European countries, situated in Frankfurt; and from 2006, as Common Administrator for Scandinavia, situated in Copenhagen. Birkir became CEO of Icelandair in 2008. He completed his BSc. level in Company Overall costs and Management from Aalborg School in 1998, and MBA in Worldwide Company and Overall costs in 2000 from the same university.
Helgi Mr Bjrgvinsson, Mature Vice Chief executive of Promotion and Revenue Helgi Mr started his profession with Icelandair in 1999 as Administrator Icelandair Vacations USA and later Revenue Administrator European Region; before moving to London to take over as Revenue and Promotion Administrator for UK and Eire. In 2004, he shifted over to London to believe the position of Common Administrator the southeast part of European countries. Helgi became Common Administrator of UK Eire in May 2007. He completed from the School of Southern region Carolina, The Philippines in 1994 with BS degree in Promotion and Control and maintains a MBA from ESCP-EAP European School of Control in London.
Icelandair's business technique is depending on the regional place of Iceland, almost between Northern European countries and the southern shore of the USA. By working together on one planes, travelers visiting and from Iceland, with travelers traversing the Ocean via Iceland, Icelandair has extended and tough its system consistently over the last years. Icelandair attaches 15-20 places in European countries with 5-8 places in Northern the United States, through Iceland as a hub.