Icelandair operated a number of 767-300ERs on a short-term basis, but never in their full livery. This changed in 2015 when four ex-Air New Zealand 767-300ERs arrived and were painted in the full Icelandair scheme
For many years “Donna-Mite” flew in a brightly coloured visualization of a post-war USAF type scheme. The aircraft was repainted in a World War 2 USAAF scheme by 2003 and was lost in an accident in 2005.
NiceAir is a virtual airline established to increase tourism to northern Iceland via Akureyri. Service is provided by HiFly Malta utilizing an Airbus A319 initially.
Since the days of the Shah, Iran Air has been a 747 operator. EP-ICD is one of the last remaining 747-200s in service in the world
After being based in England for some time as G-PSID named "Widowmaker"and flying in "Empire of the Sun" as "Tugboat", this aircraft moved to France as F-AZFI in the late 1980s and was repainted into this French Air Force scheme.
Founded in 1976, Midway Airlines is widely recognized as the first post-deregulation start-up after the Airline Deregulation act passed in 1978. Part of Midway’s operation was the short-lived Midway Metrolink operation that had some of their DC-9s configured in an all-business class