Icelandair to sell Bluebird

ICELANDAIR has confirmed that it will sell its recently purchased subsidiary, Bluebird. Bluebird has seven B737s and usually operates them on a wet-lease basis, such as to China Post which has two of them.

Icelandair, which itself owns four 757 freighters, said that both it and Bluebird were operating profitably so it was able to wait for a fair offer.

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