TF-FIV Icelandair Boeing 757-208
about the Boeing 757-208
Boeing was formed in
Washington by William E. Boeing on 15th of July 1916, as “Pacific Aero
Products Co.” and was re-named the “Boeing Airplane Company” on the 9th of
May 1917. Today Boeing has become the Worlds largest manufacturer of
airliners with only Airbus as significant or major competitor.
The Boeing 757 entered service
in 1983 replacing the older Boeing 727 range of airliners. A total of
1,050 of these airliners had been produced when production finally ceased
in 2005. The Boeing 757-200 series can
carry between 228 and 234 passengers and is the most popular variant of
the Boeing 757 airliner.
Icelandair is Iceland's
largest airline, it was formed in 1973 when the airlines Flugfélag Íslands
and Loftleiðir merged and decided to use a new English name "Icelandair".
Icelandair currently operates an all Boeing fleet of airliners.
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