News and notes from around the interweb:
- Sounds about right.
- Iran and Iraq have signed an air transportation agreement. Read into that what you will.
- Keflavík International Airport outside Reykjavik, Iceland is spending a billion dollars to boost capacity with the huge ramp up of flights from Icelandair and Wow Air and new service from North American carriers as well. All of a sudden Keflavík is the ‘it’ growth airport.
We’ll see how sustainable that is, it’s a strong connecting point to Europe but that was true for Icelandair for many years (and they weren’t able to sustain their soon-to-restart Baltimore flight).
- Here’s a hack for your next long airport stay. (HT: Paul H.)
- Air India will be broken into four parts ahead of sale by government. “Some pieces sold separately” the regional carrier, ground handling, and its engineering division will be separate companies.
- Only 35% of business travelers (and fewer leisure travelers) can correctly identify a bed bug (HT: 777 Global Mile Hound)