Icelandair: Aircraft Fleet
Icelandair is a flag carrier airline of Iceland that operates scheduled services to 48 destinations in 16 countries. The airline has a modern fleet of 36 aircraft that consists of Boeing and Airbus planes.
The Boeing 737 MAX 8 is the newest addition to Icelandair's fleet. The airline has ordered a total of 16 aircraft of this type, with 6 already in service. The Boeing 737 MAX 8 is a fuel-efficient aircraft that offers a range of up to 3,550 nautical miles.
Icelandair also operates Boeing 757-200 and 767-300ER aircraft. The airline has 25 Boeing 757-200 planes that are used for both short and medium-haul flights. The Boeing 757-200 has a range of up to 4,100 nautical miles and can carry up to 200 passengers. Icelandair has 2 Boeing 767-300ER planes that are used for long-haul flights. The Boeing 767-300ER has a range of up to 5,980 nautical miles and can carry up to 262 passengers.
In addition to Boeing planes, Icelandair also operates Airbus A321neo aircraft. The airline has 3 Airbus A321neo planes that are used for short and medium-haul flights. The Airbus A321neo is a fuel-efficient aircraft that offers a range of up to 3,650 nautical miles and can carry up to 220 passengers.
Icelandair has made significant deals regarding its aircraft fleet. In 2018, the airline signed a purchase agreement with Boeing for 16 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. The deal was valued at $1.6 billion at list prices. In 2019, Icelandair announced that it had reached an agreement with Boeing to convert 2 of its 737 MAX 8 orders to 737 MAX 9 aircraft.