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.
Boeing 757-200 Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number
|TF-FIU||Boeing 757-256(WL)||Hekla Aurora|
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 Pitch: Min 40″ Max 42″
Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 20.5″
Backrest Widths: 25.9
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.
Icelandair Aircraft Fleet Narrow-Body Boeing 757-200 Images Gallery
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