Icelandic airliners from airlines other than Icelandair.   Last updated July 18, 2006.


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Air Atlanta
, Iceland Express,   ═slandsflug - Icebird, Landsflug - City Star Airlines, Bluebird, Arnarflug - Eagle Air,
FlugfÚlag Nor­urlands, Cargolux, LandgrŠ­slan

 
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Air Atlanta

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Boeing 737-300 from Air Atlanta Iceland, TF-ELO taking of from runway 02 at 1810 on July 26, 2005.

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Boeing 747-200, TF-ATF, was named Sk˙li Jˇn Sigur­arson today, July 23, 2002 at Keflavik International Airport. The name is in honor of Sk˙li which for many years was the chairman of the Air Accidents Investigation Board, and also a true aviation enthusiast. TF-ATF is currently the 747 that has the second highest flying hours of the worlds 747 population, corresponding to nearly 13 years in the air. It will be on display at the 50th Oshkosh show from 23-29. July 2002.See link to TFATF_SkuliJon
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Boeing 747 -300, TF-ATH, photographed on April 26 over the mountains to the east of ReykjavÝk. The airplane was going to Malaga, Spain to be leased to Iberia.
Captain was Jˇn Stefßn Hallgrimsson
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Boeing 747 -300, TF-ATH, photographed on April 26 over the mountains to the east of ReykjavÝk. The airplane was going to Malaga, Spain to be leased to Iberia.
Captain was Jˇn Stefßn Hallgrimsson
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Boeing 747 -300, TF-ATH, photographed on April 26 over the mountains and the village of Hverager­i to the east of ReykjavÝk. The airplane was going to Malaga, Spain to be leased to Iberia.
Captain was Jˇn Stefßn Hallgrimsson
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Boeing 747 -300, TF-ATH, photographed on April 16, at 16:25 during the takeoff to start the longest flight by an Icelandic plane, non-stop to Cape Town, South- Africa. Note that the powerful engines throw up a veritable duststorm during the takeoff and taxyin. Dust is a problem at Keflavik when it is dry.
Captain was Air Atlanta founder, Arngrimur Johannsson.
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Boeing 747 -300, TF-ATH, photographed on April 16, at 16:25 during the takeoff to start the longest flight by an Icelandic plane, non-stop to Cape Town, South- Africa.
Captain was Air Atlanta founder, Arngrimur Johannsson.
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Boeing 747 -300, TF-ATH, photographed on April 16, at 16:25 during the takeoff to start the longest flight by an Icelandic plane, non-stop to Cape Town, South- Africa.
Captain was Air Atlanta founder, Arngrimur Johannsson.
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Photographed on her arrival in Iceland, Boeing 747-200, TF-ABQ, which was  named Capt. Jˇhannes R. Snorrason after landing, on final approach to runway 02 at 2000 hours on May 25, 1999. Piloted by Air Atlanta founder, ArngrÝmur Jˇhannsson.
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Photographed on her arrival in Iceland, Boeing 747-200, TF-ABQ, which was  named Capt. Jˇhannes R. Snorrason after landing, just before touchdown on runway 02 at 2000 hours on May 25, 1999. Piloted by Air Atlanta founder, ArngrÝmur Jˇhannsson.
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Lockheed 1011 Tristar, TF-ABT of Air Atlanta in Caledonian Colors takes off from runway 11 in the morning of March 30, 1999.

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Air Atlanta L-1011 Tristar, TF-ABD, named "┌lfar ١r­arson", landing on runway 02 at Keflavik on 30. June 1996.

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A Lockheed Tristar from Air Atlanta, TF-ABV, named "Capt. Tony E. Jonsson" taking off from runway 20 at Keflavik Airport on August 4, 1997.

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Boeing 747 TF-ABG of Air Atlanta landing on runway 02 on June 21, 1998.

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Boeing 747, TF-ABO of Air Atlanta in Saudia colors taking off from runway 02 at KeflavÝk Airport on September 16, 1997.

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Boeing 737-200 TF-ABU of Air Atlanta during an airshow low pass in August 1994.
═slandsflug - Icebird

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TF-ELF landing on runway 14 at ReykjavÝk Airport on Sunday, March 17, 2002. Looks like it is landing on top of the condominium north of the runway.
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Saturday, May 19, 2001, TF-SUN from Islandflug, took off from ReykjavÝk Airport for Manchester, England. It carried the newly applied markings of Sunbird, for which it will fly this summer.
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Saturday, May 19, 2001, TF-SUN from Islandflug, took off from ReykjavÝk Airport for Manchester, England. It carried the newly applied markings of Sunbird, for which it will fly this summer.
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Saturday, May 19, 2001, TF-SUN from Islandflug, took off from ReykjavÝk Airport for Manchester, England. It carried the newly applied markings of Sunbird, for which it will fly this summer.
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Boeing 737-300, TF-FDA from ═slandsflug takes off from runway 02 at ReykjavÝk Airport in driving rain on Sunday 30. April 2000. The airplane with the new "Sunbird" titles was leaving to be stationed in Palma, Majorca for at least a year and a half.
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Boeing 737-300, TF-FDA from ═slandsflug takes off from runway 02 at ReykjavÝk Airport in driving rain on Sunday 30. April 2000. The airplane with the new "Sunbird" titles was leaving to be stationed in Palma, Majorca for at least a year and a half.
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Photographed at 1720 hours on July 20, 1999, taking off from runway 02 at ReykjavÝk Airport on its way to Keflavik Airport. It had just undergone routine maintenance and was empty.  Waiting for it in Keflavik was a full hold of small packages for DHL.
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Photographed at 1720 hours on July 20, 1999, taking off from runway 02 at ReykjavÝk Airport on its way to Keflavik Airport. It had just undergone routine maintenance and was empty.  Waiting for it in Keflavik was a full hold of small packages for DHL.
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Photographed at 1720 hours on July 20, 1999, taking off from runway 02 at ReykjavÝk Airport on its way to Keflavik Airport. Here the main gear can just be discerned under the fuselage before locking up.
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Photographed at 1720 hours on July 20, 1999, taking off from runway 02 at ReykjavÝk Airport on its way to Keflavik Airport. Clear of all gear.
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Photographed at 1720 hours on July 20, 1999, taking off from runway 02 at ReykjavÝk Airport on its way to Keflavik Airport. Clear of all gear.
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Photographed at 1720 hours on July 20, 1999, taking off from runway 02 at ReykjavÝk Airport on its way to Keflavik Airport. Clear of all gear. This is a full frame shot.
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In the afternoon of March 26, 1999 Dornier 228-200, TF-ELF of ═slandsflug with Mřflug titles takes of from runway 320 at Reykjavik Airport.
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In the afternoon of March 26, 1999, ATR-42, TF-ELJ of ═slandsflug takes off from runway 02 at Reykjavik Airport.

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TF-ELK of ═slandsflug turning off the South Coast. The volcano Hekla can be seen in the background. Taken June 13, 1998.

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Boeing 737, TF-ELL of ═slandsflug making a low pass at ReykjavÝk in the twilight of 10. September 1998.  This aircraft is mostly utilized for cargo carrying.

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One of three DO-228s of ═slandsflug making a low takeoff from runway 02 at ReykjavÝk airport on 10. September 1998.

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Dornier 228 TF-ELA practicing landings on runway 02 at Keflavik Airport on April 30, 1996. One wheel is on the ground in a crosswind landing.

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ATR-42 TF-ELK. Taken on June 13, 1998 on a photo mission for Islandsflug. The copilot is waving. This is just off the south coast with the Myrdals glacier visible in the background. Taken from Piper Cieftain, TF-VLA.

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Taken on the same mission as the photo above, the only background here is the deep blue sea. The photographer almost hanging outside.

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An ATR of ═slandsflug taking off from runway 14 at ReykjavÝk Airport in the fall of 1997. The town of ReykjavÝk in the background.
Landsflug / City Star Airlines

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ReykjavÝk, March 31, 2006. Taxying across runway 19 for takeoff to the east on runway 13 is Dornier 328Jet-310ER, TF-NPA, operated by City Star airlines on behalf of its owners. It interior is done in an executive luxury decor, to match its role on the executive business market. This example, cn 3220 was the last 328JET manufactured.

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ReykjavÝk, March 31, 2006. First takeoff from ReykjavÝk airport to the east on runway 13 for Dornier 328Jet-310ER, TF-NPA, operated by City Star airlines on behalf of its owners. It interior is done in an executive luxury decor, to match its role on the executive business market. This example, cn 3220 was the last 328JET manufactured.

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ReykjavÝk, March 31, 2006. First takeoff from ReykjavÝk airport to the east on runway 13 for Dornier 328Jet-310ER, TF-NPA, operated by City Star airlines on behalf of its owners. It interior is done in an executive luxury decor, to match its role on the executive business market. This example, cn 3220 was the last 328JET manufactured.

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Landing on runway 01 on ReykjavÝk on the thin yellow fall sunlight on September 6, 2005 at 19:30 hours.
Bluebird Cargo

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Boeing 737-300 TF-BBG of Blubird Cargo taking off on runway 02 on July 26. 2005.

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Boeing 737-300F, TF-BBC from Blubird Cargo making a slow climbing take-off from runway 20 at Keflavik on May 5, 2003. It has recently had a nose radome change, explaining the cold nose. Will be painted blue in due course.

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Boeing 737-300F, TF-BBC from Blubird Cargo making a slow climbing take-off from runway 20 at Keflavik on May 5, 2003. It has recently had a nose radome change, explaining the cold nose. Will be painted blue in due course.
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Boeing 737-300F from the new Icelandic cargo airline, Bluebird Cargo arrives in Keflavik on 17. March 2001. Chief Pilot, Captain Pßll Eyvindsson, first officer on the flight was at the controls. Pßll did the customary low pass (number one) before proceeding to overfly ReykjavÝk..
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Boeing 737-300F from the new Icelandic cargo airline, Bluebird Cargo arrives in Keflavik on 17. March 2001. At the controls was Bluebird Captain Frantz Hňkansson, with the Chief Pilot, Captain Pßll Eyvindsson as first officer. Frantz did the second customary low pass before landing.
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Boeing 737-300F from the new Icelandic cargo airline, Bluebird Cargo arrives in Keflavik on 17. March 2001. At the controls was Bluebird Captain Frantz Hňkansson, with the Chief Pilot, Captain Pßll Eyvindsson as first officer. Frantz landed the plane.
Arnarflug - Eagle Air

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Dornier 228, TF-VLI of Eagle Air on the way from the Vestman Islands in September 1990.

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Cessna 405, TF-VLO of Eagle Air near ReykjavÝk in 1986.

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Boeing 737-200, TF-VLT of Eagle Air near ReykjavÝk in 1985.

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A Twin Otter from Arnarflug (Eagle Air) taking off from runway 14 at ReykjavÝk on February 2, 1980.
FlugfÚlag Nor­urlands

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Taking off from Akureyri in the summer of 1994, Piper Chieftain of FlugfÚlag Nor­urlands.
LandgrŠ­slan

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Douglas C-47 TF-NPK named Pßll Sveinsson taking off from the dirt field in Gunnarsholt, in the south of Iceland. This was the first C-47 that FlugfÚlag ═slands bought from the Army Air Force at Keflavik. It was registered as TF-ISH on August 21, 1946.
Cargolux

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While Cargolux is not an Icelandic airline, Loftlei­ir Icelandic was very involved in the original formation of Cargolux with their old CL-44s and Icelanders have always pictured the airline as beeing a little Icelandic. A number of the staff are Icelandic. Here burning a lot of rubber is one of its 747s landing on runway 02 in July 1997.
Iceland Express

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MD82, TF-JXB landing on runway 02 at 1400 on July 26, 2005.

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MD82, TF-JXB taking of from runway 20 at 1500 on July 26, 2005.

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Releasing TF-JXB for taxying out for takeoff on May 18, 2005.

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TF-JXB taking off on May 18, 2005.
     

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