Icelandair is conducting a review of its long-term fleet strategy.  The Iceland flag carrier has suffered from the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX—it has five MAX 8s and one MAX 9 in its fleet, plus an additional three -8s and six -9s on order—but said the review is unrelated to this. To fill holes in its summer schedule since the MAX grounding in March, the carrier has wet-leased two Boeing 767s, temporarily acquired a 757, and also brought in two De Havilland ...

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