Icelandair has signed a purchase agreement for two more Boeing 767-300s, which will undergo a complete refurbishment before entering service. The Reykjavík-based carrier, which was historically an all-Boeing 757 operator, branched out into 767 operations last summer and has just put two 767-300s into service. With the new two additions, Icelandair will operate four 767-300s in 2017, which will be used to support its organic growth plans. “These aircraft will be delivered in ...

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