Icelandair operates its Boeing 737 MAX to Brussels Airport for the very first time

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On Saturday 9 June 2018, Icelandair operates a Boeing 737 MAX to Brussels Airport for the very first time.

Boeing 737 MAX 8 TF-ICE took off at Keflavik Airport (KEF) near the country’s capital of Reykjavik on Saturday morning at 08:45 local time as flight FI554 KEF-BRU. The flight was scheduled to leave at 07:40 local time but had a delay of more than one hour.

(c) Flightradar24.com

At moment of writing the aircraft is flying at its cruise altitude of FL370. The aircraft is expected to land at Brussels Airport around 13:27 local time.

On 1 March 2018, the airline celebrated the delivery of its very first Boeing 737 MAX. The airline has 16 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft on order, of which 3 aircraft have been delivered until now.

9 June 2018

Photos: copyright (c) Flightradar24.com

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