Icelandair to add Boeing 767s this summer

The two 767s being worked on in China.

The two 767s being worked on in China. Photo: Icelandair

Icelandair are adding two wide-body Boeing 767 jets to their fleet for the upcoming summer season.

From early May, passengers flying on the airline’s busier routes – such as London, Copenhagen, New York, Boston and Chicago – could find themselves on board one of the twin-aisle 767s, configured to take 262 passengers.

Since acquiring the aircraft, Icelandair has been kitting them out with the airline’s décor, seats and in-flight entertainment system – firstly in Iceland, then in China.

This summer, Icelandair’s fleet will therefore comprise 26 Boeing 757 aircraft and two Boeing 767s.

The Boeing 757 is the mainstay of the Icelandair fleet.

The Boeing 757 is the mainstay of the Icelandair fleet.

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