Icelandair Weighs 757 Upgrades, Prepares For 737 MAX

T he Icelandic banking collapse of 2008-11, followed by the eruptions from the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in 2010, took a strong Icelandair and crushed it. “I remember when we had to sell spare engines just to be able to pay salaries,” says Jens Thordarson, vice president- technical operations. “It...

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