Icelandair has taken delivery of its first Boeing 767 from lessor GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), marking an increase in capacity from its current all-Boeing 757 fleet. The Boeing 767-300ER delivery marks the finalization of fleet plans outlined in March, which included the introduction of two Boeing 767s into Icelandair’s mainline operation and three Bombardier Q400s for regional subsidiary Air Iceland. An Icelandair spokesman confirmed that the GECAS delivery, announced by ...

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