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Icelandair 737 MAX-8 TF-ICY at Keflavik 24/12/2018

This is Icelandair's flagship MAX, "TF-ICY", at KEF. They have ordered 9 MAX -8's and 7 MAX-9's.

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Icelandair ferried their five MAX-8's to Lleida, Spain (LEDA) for storage in October 2019. The ferry flights were conducted with Flap 1 to eliminate the possibility of MCAS activating. Since the limitation for flight with flaps extended is FL200, the flights were flown at FL190, hence the fuel stop in Shannon. Looking at the indirect routing it appears that they have been avoiding French airspace.

TF-ICN (ahead) and TF-ICO en-route from Lleida via Shannon on 11 Oct 2019 for storage

Icelandair, like most other MAX operators has received compensation from Boeing due to the grounding of the MAX. Icelandair said that "This was recognised partially as increased passenger revenue and partially as decreased aircraft lease expenses in aviation expenses".

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