In MAX-Related Shuffle, Icelandair To Fly Q400s To Dublin, Manchester

Credit: Air Iceland Connect
LONDON—Icelandair is drafting in aircraft from one of its sister-companies as it continues to try to offset problems arising from the grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX fleet. The Icelandic flag-carrier has three MAX 8s in its inventory with three more 737-8s and six 737-9s on order. The airline has...

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