Icelandair is wet-leasing Boeing 767s and acquiring a Boeing 757 on a temporary basis to compensate for its 737 MAX 8s affected by the global grounding. The Icelandic carrier has four MAX 8s in its fleet, three more on order and orders for six MAX 9s, according to Aviation Week Fleet Discovery Network. Icelandair said it was bringing in the 767s and 757s on the assumption that the MAX will be grounded until June 16. The airline is wet-leasing two 767s in two-class, 262-seat configuration. ...

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