Icelandair will keep its Boeing 737 MAXs off its schedule through February 2020, a move that helped improve the carrier’s EBIT guidance for 2019. Icelandair Group now projects an EBIT loss of $35 million to $55 million for the year, narrowed from a previous forecast of a $70 million-$90 million loss. The guidance includes a revised estimated EBIT impact of the MAX grounding to date of $110 million to $120 million. Icelandair has five MAX 8s and one MAX 9. On Sept. 20, the carrier ...

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