Icelandic airports operator Isavia reported a 75% year-on-year rise in revenue in 2022 to over ISK 36bn (US$ 260 million) as passenger numbers through Keflavik Airport nearly tripled to 6.1 million and took the hub close to the 2019 level. Earnings (EBIDTA) came to ISK 5.2bn, a ISK 6bn improvement on the 2021 loss in EBIDTA terms. But the company recorded a net loss in 2022 of ISK 617 million, in part due to the negative exchange rate effect on a long-term loan of ISK 868 million.  Isavia said it has cash of almost ISK 10bn at the end of

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