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BRUSSELS — Icelandair is looking to secure leases for two more Boeing 737-MAXs, its chief operating officer said, as airline expects demand to pick up due to easing border restrictions American. The airline has nine Boeing 737-MAXs in its fleet and is already expected to take …

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