Iceland’s airport and air navigation services operator Isavia is re-opening Keflavik International Airport for the limited use of crosswind flight testing of new aircraft. The agreement is a breakthrough for Airbus and Boeing which, together with other manufacturers, have jointly lobbied the Icelandic government-owned airport operator to allow use of the facility which is famous for its predictable and ferocious crosswinds. The airport has two perpendicular runways ...

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