Icelandair Saves On E-Enabled 737 MAX Aircraft
WASHINGTON—Icelandair will equip its 16 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft with a suite of e-enabled avionics built by Miami-based Avionica, saving the carrier $3 million over competing Boeing options initially and millions more over time. The 737 MAXs—the first of which will be delivered in early 2018—will...
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