Icelandair Fleet Boeing 737 MAX 8 Details and Pictures

Icelandair TF ICY Boeing 737 MAX 8 Látrabjarg

Icelandair Fleet Boeing 737 MAX 8 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Icelandair own 6 narrow-body aircraft Boeing 737 MAX (5 MAX 8 and 1 MAX 9).

In celebration of the 737 MAX 8, Icelandair in collaboration with Boyne Brewhouse in Ireland, release a 737 Transatlantic IPA.

The beer is made with Pacific Northwest hops and European malts.

Passengers looking to try this beer can find it on the 737 MAX 8 and and in the Icelandair Saga Lounge at Keflavik International airport for a limited time.

Based on Boeing 737 NG, the best-selling aircraft of all time, Boeing 737 MAX is a twin-engine airliner that brings together impressive performance parameters and comfortable flying experience.

Taking one step further in operation of trans-Atlantic flights the 737 MAX family comprises of 4 models aimed at lowering per-seat costs with an emphasis on environmentally friendly air travel.

Both Boeing 737 MAX 8 and Boeing 737 MAX 9 are now in commercial service with a maximum cruise speed of 839 km/h (521 mph) and flight range up to 6,510 km (4,045 mi).

Icelandair’s Boeing 737 MAX-8 planes, grounded last year after two crashes involving the same model in Ethiopia and Indonesia, will be flown to France for storage this week.

The five MAX-8 planes will be kept in Toulouse, France, in order to protect them from wear and tear caused by harsher weather conditions at Keflavík Airport. 

Icelandair TF ICN Boeing 737 8 MAX Mývatn
Icelandair TF ICN Boeing 737 8 MAX Mývatn

Boeing 737 MAX 8 Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

RegAircraftDeliveredName
TF-ICEBoeing 737-8 MAXMar 2018Jökulsárlón
TF-ICNBoeing 737-8 MAXFeb 2019Mývatn
TF-ICOBoeing 737-8 MAXMar 2019Búlandstindur
TF-ICUBoeing 737-8 MAXMar 2018Dyrhólaey
TF-ICYBoeing 737-8 MAXMar 2018Látrabjarg
TF-ICABoeing 737-9 MAXFeb 2019Hvítserkur

Icelandair Fleet Boeing 737 MAX 8 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Icelandair Boeing 737 MAX aircraft is configured with 16 Saga Class seats and 144 Economy Class seats.

Saga Class is Icelandair’s Business Class cabin.

Passengers flying Saga Class enjoy good working space and Icelandair lounge access in Iceland and other countries. 

Economy Class is the lowest fare class.

A choice of a seat selection is offered when booking a ticket. Soft drinks and access to the new in-flight entertainment system are complimentary.

The overhead bins on the MAX 8 are absolutely cavernous, especially compared to those on the 757s.

While equipped with the widely-anticipated Viasat WiFi , Icelandair’s systems are still awaiting certification, so the fast satellite service will have to wait until a future review.

Airline officials said they anticipate receiving that certification this spring.

Icelandair’s MAX 8 Saga Premium is a solid product – relatively spacious, comfortable, with good food and good service.

It doesn’t pretend to be anything other than exactly what it is, which is both refreshing and very Icelandic.

Boeing were firmly set on the passenger experience when redesigning their aircraft.

With the aid of sociologists, psychologists and of course passengers themselves, the new Boeing Sky Interior was born.

The interior design focuses on the wellbeing and pleasure of the passenger in flight with the addition of newly designed windows for better viewing.

Ambient LED lighting and new overhead compartments also contribute to a feeling of more space on board.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 MAX 8 Icelandair

Narrow-body aircraft Boeing 737 MAX 8 Icelandair has two class configuration on-board (Saga and Economy) with total of 160 seats.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 MAX 8 Icelandair
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 737 MAX 8 Icelandair

Saga Premium

Seat Pitch: 40″

Seat Widths: 20,5″

Backrest Widths: 25,9″

Economy

Seat Pitch: 31-32″

Seat Widths: 17,2″

Backrest Widths: 17,2″

Boeing 737 MAX 8 Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Every seat has a personal television with audio and video OnDemand. More Information
  • Video. Every seat has a personal television with audio and video OnDemand.
  • AC Power. All Saga Class seats feature 110V AC power ports. All seats in all classes feature USB power ports.
  • Internet. Wi-Fi service is available on all Icelandair aircraft. Various access plans are available for purchase. Access is free for Saga Class passengers. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.
  • Food. Saga Class passengers enjoy unlimited mixed drinks, as well as selections from Icelandair’s award winning wine-cellar and an ever-evolving menu featuring several meal choices. Economy Class passengers receive complimentary soft drinks and are offered meals and snacks that they may purchase during the journey. Additional information regarding meals may be accessed by clicking here.

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Icelandair Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Details and Pictures

Icelandair TF ISN Boeing 767 319ERWL Svörtuborgir at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Icelandair Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Icelandair operates 4 wide-body aircraft Boeing 767-300ER for long-haul flights.

Icelandair’s 767-300ER aircraft are used on heavily traveled routes between Iceland and North America.

These aircraft are larger than the 757s, and their greater seating capacity and extended flight range make them ideally suited for non-stop long-haul flights.

Icelandair’s 767s have 259 seats, arranged 2-3-2 in Economy and 2-1-2 in Saga Premium.

The cruising speed is 851 km/h (530 mph), and their flight range of up to 7,890 km (4,900 mi) makes them the first choice for long-haul routes.

In addition to the in-flight entertainment, gate-to-gate Wi-Fi access and complimentary beverages, Icelandair passengers can join the Saga Club loyalty programme for added benefits.

The Boeing 767 is a medium-to-large wide-body twinjet aircraft that was originally conceived as a smaller alternative to earlier makes such as the 747.

It was the first twinjet to be approved for extended overseas flights, and its impressive flight range has enabled the expansion of services on intercontinental routes.

767s are produced in three lengths, with the Boeing 767-300 ER longer than the original model by 6.43 m (21’). 

Icelandair TF ISW Boeing 767 319ERWL Gullborg at London Heathrow Airport
Icelandair TF ISW Boeing 767 319ERWL Gullborg at London Heathrow Airport

Boeing 767-300ER Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

RegAircraftName
TF-ISNBoeing 767-319(ER)(WL)Svörtuborgir
TF-ISOBoeing 767-319(ER)(WL)Hlöðufell
TF-ISPBoeing 767-319(ER)(WL)Eldgjá
TF-ISWBoeing 767-319(ER)(WL)Gullborg

Icelandair Fleet Boeing 767-300ER Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Saga Class is Icelandair’s Business Class cabin.

Passengers flying Saga Class enjoy good working space and Icelandair lounge access in Iceland and other countries. 

Economy Class is the lowest fare class.

A choice of a seat selection is offered when booking a ticket.

Soft drinks and access to the new in-flight entertainment system are complimentary.

Icelandair allows passengers to stopover in Iceland on their way to more than 25 destinations in Europe, or more than 11 destinations in North America, at no additional airfare.

Icelandair’s Boeing 767-300ER Premium Saga Business class features 25 seats, spread over five rows in a 2-1-2 configuration.

Seats are really more like premium economy class seats, recline is very limited and legroom is sufficient, but not generous.

In short, the seat is like a domestic first class seat in the USA or Australia or a premium economy seat on British Airways.

Icelandair’s business class, which the carrier calls Saga Class, is nowhere near the level of luxury you’d find on other international business-class products.

Each Saga Class seat has 40 inches of pitch and is 20 inches wide.

Icelandair Boeing 767-300ER configured with 234 standard seats on economy class.

Economy seats have 32 inches of pitch and are 17 inches wide.

There were four bathrooms for economy passengers to use, two located in the middle and two in the back.

There were no AC power outlets in economy, though they were available in economy comfort and business class.

In coach, all you got was a USB port.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767-300ER Icelandair

Wide-body aircraft Boeing 767-300ER Icelandair has two class configuration on-board (Saga and Economy) with total of 259 seats.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Icelandair
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 767 300ER Icelandair

Saga Premium

Seat Pitch: 40″

Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 20.5″

Backrest Widths: 25.9″

Economy

Seat Pitch: Min 31″ Max 33″

Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 17.6″

Backrest Widths: 17.6″

Boeing 767-300ER Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Every seat has an inflight entertainment monitor with access to a variety of music via a multi-channel stereo music system. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.
  • Video. Every seat has an inflight entertainment monitor with access to a variety of movies, television show, and children’s programs.
  • AC Power. All Saga Class seats feature 110V AC power ports. All seats in all classes feature USB power ports.
  • Internet. Wi-Fi service is available on all Icelandair aircraft. Various access plans are available for purchase. Access is free for Saga Class passengers. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.
  • Food. Saga Class passengers enjoy unlimited mixed drinks, as well as selections from Icelandair’s award winning wine-cellar and an ever-evolving menu featuring several meal choices. Economy Class passengers receive complimentary soft drinks and are offered meals and snacks that they may purchase during the journey. Additional information regarding meals may be accessed by clicking here.

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Icelandair Fleet Boeing 757-300 Details and Pictures

Icelandair TF FIX Boeing 757 308WL Hengill at Toronto Pearson International Airport

Icelandair Fleet Boeing 757-300 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Icelandair operates 2 narrow-body single-aisle aircraft Boeing 757-300.

The Boeing 757-300 is a stretched version of the 757-200 model.

It shares the narrow-body twin-engine design of the original, with the fuselage stretched before and after the wings.

Icelandair’s 757-300s have seating for 216 passengers, with seats arranged 3-3 in Economy and 2-2 in Saga Premium.

With a cruising speed of 876 km/h (544 mph), it’s just as speedy as its smaller counterpart.

On top of in-flight entertainment and Wi-Fi, Icelandair’s passengers enjoy complimentary beverages and good legroom.

Icelandair allows passengers to stopover in Iceland on their way to more than 25 destinations in Europe, or more than 11 destinations in North America, at no additional airfare.

Extending 54.4 m (178’5”) from nose to tail, the 757-300 is the longest single-aisle twinjet aircraft ever built, outmeasuring the standard 757 by over 7 m (23’).

As with all 757s, it features a two-crew-member glass cockpit and a supercritical wing designed to reduce aerodynamic drag.

Icelandair 100 Years Soverreignty Livery TF ISX Boeing 757 3E7WL Þingvellir at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Icelandair 100 Years Soverreignty Livery TF ISX Boeing 757 3E7WL Þingvellir at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

Boeing 757-300 Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

RegAircraftName
TF-FIXBoeing 757-308(WL)Hengill
TF-ISXBoeing 757-3E7(WL)Þingvellir

Icelandair Fleet Boeing 757-300 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

There are two classes on this Icelandair narrow-body aircraft Boeing 757-300.

Saga Class is Iceland Air’s Business Class cabin.

Passengers flying Saga Class enjoy good working space and Icelandair lounge access in Iceland and other countries.

Full booking flexibility, including changes and cancellations.

Saga Class has 22 seats and extends from rows 1-6.

Economy Class is the lowest fare class.

A choice of a seat selection is offered when booking a ticket.

Soft drinks and access to the new in-flight Entertainment System are complimentary.

Economy Class has 194 seats and extends from rows 19-41.

Passengers should be aware that in rows 7,9,16 & 17 of the Economy Class, the video screen is located beneath the seat and there is a button on the side of the seat to pull the screen fowards and up.  

The maximum number of seats sold in Saga Class is 22 and the maximum number of seats sold in Economy Class is 194.

However if not all the seats of this fare class are sold, these seats are convetible to fill additional Economy Class tickets.

The Saga Class cabin on the Boeing 757 consists of five or six rows of 2×2 recliner seats.

These seats are very similar to what one finds on domestic airlines in the United States or Canada.

Each seat is 20.5 inches wide and offers 40 inches of pitch with a foot rest.

These is more legroom and recline than domestic airlines, but regardless for a transatlantic flight is more similar to premium economy than business.

Each seat also has a universal power port and a USB charger in the IFE.

Icelandair 757-300 Saga Class (Business) Feature

  • 4-abreast setting with 40” legroom, although the seats only recline and aren’t lie-flat
  • Separate Check-in
  • Lounge access (at IAD it was the Air France lounge)
  • Noise cancelling headphones
  • Pillows and duvet
  • Amenity Kit (if overnight)
  • Meals/drinks
  • Free Wi-fi for two devices

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 757-300 Icelandair

Narrow-body aircraft Boeing 757-300 Icelandair has two class configuration on-board (Saga and Economy) with total of 216 seats.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 757 300 Icelandair
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 757 300 Icelandair

Saga Premium

Seat Pitch: Min 40″ Max 42″

Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 20.5″

Backrest Widths: 25.9″

Economy

Seat Pitch: 32″

Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 17″

Backrest Widths:

Boeing 757-300 Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Every seat has a personal television with audio and video OnDemand. More Information
  • Video. Every seat has a personal television with audio and video OnDemand.
  • AC Power. All Saga Class seats feature 110V AC power ports. All seats in all classes feature USB power ports.
  • Internet. Wi-Fi connectivity is available on board this aircraft.
  • Food. Saga Class passengers enjoy unlimited mixed drinks, as well as selections from Icelandair’s award winning wine-cellar and an ever-evolving menu featuring several meal choices. Economy Class passengers receive complimentary soft drinks and are offered meals and snacks that they may purchase during the journey. Additional information regarding meals may be accessed by clicking here.

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Icelandair Fleet Boeing 757-200 Details and Pictures

Icelandair TF FIO Boeing 757 208WL Krafla at London Heathrow Airport

Icelandair Fleet Boeing 757-200 Details and Pictures. On current fleet, Icelandair operates 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.

Comfort is at the forefront, and passengers are provided with a personal in-flight entertainment system and gate-to-gate Wi-Fi access.

The Boeing 757-200 has been by far the most popular 757 variant, with a total of 913 built over the course of its manufacture.

The efficient turbofan engines allow takeoffs from relatively high altitudes and short runways, and with a maximum range of 6300 km (3900 miles), they are well suited for both domestic and transcontinental flights.

The wings are optimized to reduce drag, thereby increasing fuel efficiency.

Icelandair TF FIR Boeing 757 256WL Vatnajökull Loftleidir Icelandic 80 Years of Aviation Livery at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
Icelandair TF FIR Boeing 757 256WL Vatnajökull Loftleidir Icelandic 80 Years of Aviation Livery at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Boeing 757-200 Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number

RegAircraftName
TF-FIABoeing 757-256(WL)Herdubreid
TF-FICBoeing 757-23N(WL)Magni
TF-FIGBoeing 757-23APF
TF-FIHBoeing 757-208(PCF)
TF-FIJBoeing 757-208(WL)Surtsey
TF-FIKBoeing 757-256(WL)Bláfjall
TF-FINBoeing 757-208(WL)Eldborg
TF-FIOBoeing 757-208(WL)Krafla
TF-FIPBoeing 757-208(WL)Snæfell
TF-FIRBoeing 757-256(WL)Vatnajökull
TF-FISBoeing 757-256(WL)Grímsvötn
TF-FITBoeing 757-256(WL)Helgafell
TF-FIUBoeing 757-256(WL)Hekla Aurora
TF-FIVBoeing 757-208(WL)Katla
TF-FIWBoeing 757-27BBúrfell
TF-ISDBoeing 757-223(WL)Snæfellsjökull
TF-ISFBoeing 757-223(WL)Laki
TF-ISJBoeing 757-256(WL)Keilir
TF-ISKBoeing 757-223(WL)Eldfell
TF-ISLBoeing 757-223(WL)Öræfajökull
TF-ISRBoeing 757-256(WL)Ketildyngja
TF-ISSBoeing 757-223(WL)Dyngjufjöll
TF-ISVBoeing 757-256(WL)Grábrók
TF-ISYBoeing 757-223(WL)Torfajökull
TF-LLXBoeing 757-256(WL)Skjaldbreiður

Icelandair Fleet Boeing 757-200 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout

Icelandair flies their narrow-body aircraft Boeing 757-200 with two different cabin configuration.

Both cabin layout configured with Saga and Economy class.

First layout total capacity is 183 seats (22 Saga recliner seats, and 161 standard economy seats).

Second layout total capacity is 171 seats (20 Saga recliner seats, and 151 standard economy seats).

Saga Class is Icelandair’s Business Class cabin. 

Passengers flying Saga Class enjoy good working space and Icelandair lounge access in Iceland and other countries.

Full booking flexibility, including changes and cancellations. 

Saga Class has 20/22 seats and extends from rows 1-6.

Economy Class is the lowest fare class.

A choice of a seat selection is offered when booking a ticket.

Soft drinks and access to the new in-flight Entertainment System are complimentary.

Economy Class has 151/161 seats.

Passengers should be aware that in rows 7,9,16 & 17 of Economy Class, the video screen is located beneath the seat and there is a button on the side of the seat to pull the screen fowards and up. 

The maximum number of seats sold in Saga Class is 20/22. 

However if not all the seats of this fare class are sold, these seats are convetible to fill additional Economy Class tickets.

Icelandair allows passengers to stopover in Iceland on their way to more than 25 destinations in Europe, or more than 11 destinations in North America, at no additional airfare.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 757-200 Icelandair

Narrow-body aircraft Boeing 757-200 Icelandair has two class configuration on-board (Saga and Economy) with total of 183/171 seats.

Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.

Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 757 200 Layout 183 Seats Icelandair
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 757 200 Layout 183 Seats Icelandair
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 757 200 Layout 171 Seats Icelandair
Seat Map and Seating Chart Boeing 757 200 Layout 171 Seats Icelandair

Saga Premium

Seat Pitch: Min 40″ Max 42″

Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 20.5″

Backrest Widths: 25.9

Economy

Seat Pitch: 32″

Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 17″

Backrest Widths: 17.4″

Boeing 757-200 Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information

  • Audio. Every seat has a personal television with audio and video OnDemand. More Information
  • Video. Every seat has a personal television with audio and video OnDemand.
  • AC Power. All Saga Class seats feature 110V AC power ports. All seats in all classes feature USB power ports.
  • Internet. Wi-Fi connectivity is available on board this aircraft.
  • Food. Saga Class passengers enjoy unlimited mixed drinks, as well as selections from Icelandair’s award winning wine-cellar and an ever-evolving menu featuring several meal choices. Economy Class passengers receive complimentary soft drinks and are offered meals and snacks that they may purchase during the journey. Additional information regarding meals may be accessed by clicking here.

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