19. feb 2019

FÍA newsletter is out

The February edition of FÍA's newsletter is now out. Although it is mainly in Icelandic, there are short excerpts in English on page 2 regarding important issues, such as the upcoming Annual Meeting, e-elections and the Reykjavík Flight Safety Symposium.

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12. feb 2019

Pension Fund: Additional Annual General Meeting

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06. feb 2019

Deadline for submitting candidacy

The deadline for submitting a candidacy for the Board of FÍA is 7. February, 2019. Those who wish to announce their candidacy must do so via email to FÍA's General Manager at

During this year's Annual General Meeting, FÍA members will elect a Vice-President and three Members of the Board. Given the current combination of FÍA's Board, the three board seats can not go to Icelandair pilots, according to Article 16 of FÍA's Bylaws.  If a new Vice-President were to be elected, who does not work for Icelandair, then one of the three seats on the Board can go to Icelandair. 

Candidates will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and what they stand for in FÍA's newsletter, which will be published before the Annual General Meeting.

The Annual General Meeting of the Icelandic Airline Pilots Association will be held at Grand Hótel, 28. February, 2019,  20:00-23:00.

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29. jan 2019

No aviation accidents in 2018

The Icelandic Research Committee for Transportation Accidents (IS. Rannsóknarnefnd samgönguslysa or RNSA) has released its report for aviation incidents in 2018, stating that for the first time in almost half a century no aviation accidents were registered in Iceland.

The RNSA looked further into 37 of the 2,984 occurrences reported, registering 19 as serious enough to warrant a formal investigation. 18 cases turned out to be minor incidents and were redifined as such.

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18. jan 2019

Tickets now for sale

The annual Reykjavik Flight Safety Symposium will be held on April 11th, 2019 at the Hilton Reykjavík Nordica. You can now buy your ticket at for only 2.900 ISK (aprox. 21 EUR) and a lunch buffet is included.

The event attracts among others air traffic controllers, pilots and people at administration level. All presentations and key discussions will be held in English.

Confirmed speakers are:

  • Ragnar Guðmundsson - RNSA
  • Marika Melin - Karolinska Institutet (medical university)
  • Steinarr Bragason - Icelandair
  • Graham Braithwaite - Cranfield
  • José-María Lorenzo - The European Satellite Services Provider (ESSP)
  • Kristín Sigurðardóttir M.D. - University of Iceland
Reykjavik Flight Safety Symposium 2019 poster

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