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Infographic: Icelandair's Fleet Changes, 2006-16

The airline has increased its all-Boeing fleet 55% in the past decade.

Icelandair, with its main hub at Keflavík International Airport, was founded in 1937 as Flugfélag Akureyrar. In 2006, the airline's all-Boeing leased fleet included 13 757-200s, five 757-200F/ -200PF/ -200Cs, one 757-300 and one 767-300ER. As of September 2016, Icelandair had 25 owned and one leased Boeing 757-200 and two leased 767-300ERs. The airline increased its fleet size in the past decade by 55%, to 31 aircraft from 20. Jens Thordarson, vice president-technical operations for Icelandair, will be speaking at MRO Europe's opening panel, Customer Speak Out, Oct. 18.

See more fleet comparison infographics from Fleet Discovery: Alaska Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Air Canada, American AirlinesJetBlueSouthwestLufthansaKLM Royal Dutch AirlinesRyanairAir FranceBritish AirwaysEasyJetNorwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines System.
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*This article was updated at 8:00 a.m. CST to correct the Boeing 757-200 and 757-300 changed.



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