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Icelandair Fleet

Since 2008, our fleet has expanded from 10 Boeing 757-200 and a single 757-300 aircraft, to 23 757-200 and a single 757-300 aircraft in 2015.

In 2016, we added our first two Boeing 767-300 ER to our growing fleet, adding two more in 2017 - reaching a sizable fleet of 29 aircraft.

With the addition of 16 737 MAX 8 and 9 – the first aircraft arriving in early 2018 – our fleet is perfectly suited to serve both Europe and North America from our unique location in Iceland. 

Boeing 767-300 ER

In spring 2016, Icelandair added two wide-body Boeing 767-300s to its fleet. These aircraft are larger than the 757s, and their greater seating capacity and extended flight range make them ideally suited for non-stop long-haul flights.
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Introducing Boeing 737 MAX

Over the last few years, Boeing has developed a groundbreaking new aircraft that combines less fuel use, less noise and a revolutionary redesign of the passenger space. The result is a flight like you’ve never known before.
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Boeing 757-300

The Boeing 757-300 is a stretched version of the 757-200 model. It shares the narrow-body twin-engine design of the original, with the fuselage stretched before and after the wings.
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Boeing 757-200

The Boeing 757 is a mid-size narrow-body twinjet aircraft, ideal for short to medium-haul routes. The 757-200 model makes up the bulk of our fleet, with a total of 25 currently in use.
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Range of our aircraft

Our Boeing aircraft are ideal for our list of over 40 destinations in Europe and North America. Their range varies between models, with the 767s having the longest range.

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Meet Vatnajökull, the First Flying Glacier

Meet the 'coolest' plane in the sky, hand-painted as part of Icelandair’s 80th anniversary. It represents the beauty and grandeur of the Vatnajökull glacier, located in southeast Iceland.
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Hekla Aurora

Icelandair brings you Hekla Aurora, showcasing the natural phenomenon of the aurora borealis – both inside and out.
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