What planes do Iceland Air Use?

What planes do Iceland Air Use?

Icelandair Fleet

  • Boeing 737 MAX. Boeing 737 MAX 8 and Boeing 737 MAX 9 are the latest additions to our fleet.
  • Boeing 757-300. The Boeing 757-300 is a stretched version of the 757-200 model.
  • De Havilland Canada DHC-8-200.

Who is Icelandair owned by?

Icelandair Group

Parent company Icelandair Group
Headquarters Keflavík International Airport Reykjavík, Iceland
Key people Bogi Nils Bogason, CEO
Revenue $1.5 billion (2019)

How big are the seats on Icelandair?

Get more comfortable! Seat pitch on board Icelandair’s fleet is already above industry standard (a generous minimum of 31” or 32” / 79 cm to 81 cm), but with our new More Legroom seats you can secure yourself even more space. Sometimes the little things can make a big difference.

Is Icelandair still flying Boeing 737 Max?

Icelandair does not currently operate the MAX, but as the aircraft have now been recertified, we will start the process to reintroduce them to our flight schedule in 2021. To learn more, read about The Boeing 737 MAX return to service.

Is Iceland Air in trouble?

The COVID-19 pandemic has plunged Icelandair into a severe financial crisis – 90% of staff have been laid off and the airline’s CEO claims bankruptcy is imminent. But in the highly likely scenario that Icelandair’s troubles continue, the government will not prevent it from declaring bankruptcy.

Where is the Krafla caldera located in Iceland?

Krafla is a caldera, part of a greater volcanic system of the same name, located north of Lake Mývatn in North Iceland.

Why is Krafla the best place to visit in Iceland?

This led to the creation of the Icelandic Deep Drilling Project’s first well, which discovered liquid rock a mere two kilometres (just over a mile) beneath the earth’s surface. Krafla is blessed with an incredible location, meaning visits to it can be accompanied by lots of different sites.

What kind of plane does Icelandair fly in?

Icelandair Fleet Boeing 757-200 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Icelandairoperates 25 narrow-body aircraft Boeing 757-200. The Boeing 757 is a mid-size narrow-body twinjet aircraft, ideal for short to medium-haul routes. Icelandair’s 757-200s have seating for 183/171 passengers, with seats arranged 3-3 in Economy and 2-2 in Saga Premium.

Is there an Icelandair Hotel in Myvatn?

The hotel’s design is innovative, emphasizing simplicity fun, curious objects, and different spaces. The tradition of receiving and serving travelers in the Myvatn area is long, and Icelandair Hotels are enthusiastic about continuing the legacy.