Icelandair Group has purchased three used Bombardier Q400s, which will be operated by its Air Iceland regional subsidiary and used to upgrade its fleet of five Fokker 50s. Firming up plans, which were first announced in March, Icelandair Group confirmed it has bought the three aircraft. Previously, it was not clear whether the aircraft would be purchased or leased. The aircraft, which will be financed with group cash, were manufactured in 2000 and 2001. They will be delivered in July and ...

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