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Eagle Air Iceland provides tourism, transport and emergency response services to customers, alongside tours and charter services. The airline is based at Reykjavik and flies domestically within Iceland. The airline was originally launched in 1970 and ceased operations in 1995 before re-launching in 2003.
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Reykjavik Airport is an Icelandic airport in Reykjavik and the hub airport for Eagle Air Iceland. The main two airlines that fly out of Reykjavik Airport are Air Iceland and Eagle Air. The airport is split into two terminals. Terminal 1 deals with all of Air Iceland's domestic and international flights and Terminal 2 deals with all of Eagle Air's domestic and international flights. Other airlines that fly from the airport include Air Iceland, Norlandair and Atlantic Airways.
Eagle Air Iceland's fleet is made up of six different aircraft model from three different manufacturers.