Icelandair selected the Boeing 737 MAX to renew its fleet and will start taking delivery of the new aircraft from the first half of 2018. The carrier’s parent company, Icelandair Group, and Boeing inked a memorandum of understanding for 12 MAX aircraft--comprising eight -8s and four -9s--and is taking purchase rights on another 12. The company has been working on a refleeting project and analyzing its options for several years, including the 737 MAX and A320/A321NEO. Icelandair now ...
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