Mýflug

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Mýflug
Mýflug Air logo.jpg
IATA
ICAO
MYA
Callsign
MYFLUG
Founded 1985
Fleet size 4
Destinations Various
Headquarters Akureyri Airport, Akureyri & Reykjahlid airport, Lake Myvatn, Iceland
Key people Leifur Hallgrímsson Managing Director
Website http://www.myflug.is

Mýflug/Myflug Air (named after Lake Mývatn in Northern Iceland) is an Icelandic airline established in 1985.[1]

The company operates three different types of airplanes for various roles; Beechcraft Super King Air, Piper Chieftain and Cessna 206. Its main focus is on the ambulance flight service provided to Iceland and charter flights to airfields in Iceland and Greenland.

Mýflug also operates sightseeing flights around Lake Mývatn during the summer months.

Fleet[edit]

(as of November 2013)

Incidents and Accidents[edit]

  • On August 5, 2013 a Beechcraft King Air B200 (TF-MYX), an ambulance flight, crashed on a car racing track just West of Akureyri in the North of Iceland after requesting to fly over the town. 2 pilots and a paramedic were on board. The Captain and a paramedic died, the co-pilot escaped with minor injuries.

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