In 2020 Icelandair will rationalize its network, which has been disrupted by the grounding of its Boeing 737 MAXs and evaluate replacements for looming gaps in its fleet. “Our main focus is to rationalize our network in 2020, improving profitability, and to mitigate the risk of further extension of the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX,” CEO Bogi Nils Bogason told Aviation Daily on the sidelines of IATA’s Wings of Change conference in Berlin. “There is an equal balance ...

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