Icelandair is breaking with tradition, adding its first two Boeing 767s to its formerly all-757 fleet, and switching five aging Air Iceland Fokker 50s for three Bombardier Q400s. “Both the Boeing 767 and Q400 aircraft can service markets that the current fleet cannot, which will enable us to go into new markets and connect them to the current route network,” Icelandair said. It has not been decided whether the new aircraft will be purchased or leased. This year Icelandair will ...

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