Icelandair has gone into concurrences with Dubai Aerospace Enterprise Ltd (DAE), in regards to long haul working leases of two new Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplanes. The airplane are booked to be conveyed from Boeing in spring 2022. This exchange will bring the complete number of 737 MAX in the Icelandair armada up to 14 airplanes for the following summer.
Bogi Nils Bogason, CEO of Icelandair Group: “We are extremely satisfied to declare the new concurrences with DAE, a durable colleague. With good conditions in business airplane markets, and the proceeded with increase of our course network we saw an open door and have to grow our armada of Boeing 737 MAX. The airplane have demonstrated to perform far better than anticipated, both as far as flight reach and eco-friendliness which will likewise add to our endeavors of decreasing the fossil fuel byproducts from our activities.”
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