Icelandair is now expecting to deliver a full-year EBITDA of $210-$215 million, compared with its original $160-$165 million guidance, due to higher revenues and lower fuel and maintenance costs. The Icelandic carrier had already upgraded its guidance to $180-$185 million at the release of its second-quarter results. However, its third-quarter results—due for formal release at the close of business on Oct. 29—will be “better than anticipated,” rising from $124 ...

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