Icelandair is conducting a review of its long-term fleet strategy, but insists its deliberations are unrelated to the grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX fleet The Icelandic flag carrier has suffered from the grounding of the 737 MAX—it has five MAX 8s and one MAX 9 in its fleet, plus an additional three -8s and six -9s on order. To fill holes in its summer schedule since the MAX grounding in March, the carrier has wet-leased two Boeing 767s, temporarily acquired a 757, and also brought ...

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