Icelandair 737max 2

Iceland’s flag carrier Icelandair announced in June 2022 has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for the purchase of four additional Boeing 737 MAX aircraft with the aim of expanding its current fleet to 17 units for Summer 2023 and for route network growth adding Detroit, Prague, Barcelona, Tel Aviv and Crete.

Icelandair CEO Bogi Nils Bogason, said “We are pleased to announce a further expansion to our fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft on favourable terms. The MAX has proven to be a good fit to our route network and its fuel efficiency contributes positively to our efforts of reducing the carbon emissions from our operations,” data reveals three aircraft delivered to date where previously operated by Irish carrier Norwegian Air International (NAI) between 2018 and 2019 from the carrier’s Dublin base to Providence, Stewart, and Toronto Hamilton in North America until routes suspended in September 2019.

TF-ICF Boeing 737-8 MAX msn 42834 Delivered November 2022 ex EI-FYI.

TF-ICH Boeing 737-8 MAX msn 42831 Delivered May 2023 ex EI-FYG.

TF-ICI Boeing 737-8 MAX msn 64992 Delivered February 2023 ex EI-FYH.

Image Credit: Icelandair

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