New Pilots

Icelandair to Take Two More Boeing 767s

2016 05 10

Icelandair has signed a purchase agreement for two more Boeing 767-300s, which will undergo a complete refurbishment before entering service.

The Reykjavík-based carrier, which was historically an all-Boeing 757 operator, branched out into 767 operations last summer and has just put two 767-300s into service.

With the new two additions, Icelandair will operate four 767-300s in 2017, which will be used to support its organic growth plans.

"These aircraft will be delivered in the coming months and undergo complete refurbishment, in line with other aircraft in Icelandair fleet. Refurbishment is expected to be completed in early 2017. Purchase price is confidential," Icelandair Group said in a stock market disclosure.

The aircraft will be configured with 262 seats, compared with 183 on Icelandair's 757-200s.


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