Boeing 767-300 ER

Boeing 767-300 ER

In spring 2016, Icelandair added two wide-body Boeing 767-300s to its fleet. These aircraft are larger than the 757s, and their greater seating capacity and extended flight range make them ideally suited for non-stop long-haul flights.

General information

The Boeing 767 is a medium-to-large wide-body twinjet aircraft that was originally conceived as a smaller alternative to earlier makes such as the 747. It was the first twinjet to be approved for extended overseas flights, and its impressive flight range has enabled the expansion of services on intercontinental routes. 767s are produced in three lengths, with the Boeing 767-300 ER longer than the original model by 6.43 m (21’). 

Our aircraft

Icelandair’s 767s have 262 seats, arranged 2-3-2 in Economy Class, as well as Economy Comfort where the middle seat in the middle section of the plane is removed for extra comfort. In Saga Class, the arrangement is 2-1-2. The cruising speed is 851 km/h (530 mph), and their flight range of up to 7,890 km (4,900 mi) makes them the first choice for long-haul routes. In addition to the in-flight entertainment, gate-to-gate Wi-Fi access and complimentary beverages, Icelandair passengers can join the Saga Club loyalty programme for added benefits.

Boeing 767-300 ER - Technical Specifications

Number of seats:262

Length: 54,9 m / (180 ft. 3 in)

Wing span: 50,9 m / (167 ft. 0 in)

Cruising speed: 851 km/h – (530 mph)

Maximum range: 7,890 km / (4,900 mi)

Maximum take-off weight: 158,760 kg / (350,000 lbs)

Engine: (two) turbofans: 2 x GE CF6-80C2B6

Boeing 767-300 ER - Seatmap and seat info

Saga Class

 Seat Pitch: 40”

Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 20,5'‘

Backrest Widths: 25,9”

Economy Comfort

 Seat Pitch: 33”

Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 17,6'‘

Backrest Widths: 17,6”

Economy Class

 Seat Pitch: Min. 31” Max 33”

Seat Widths: Standard Seat: 17,6'‘

Backrest Widths: 17,6”

  • Wi-Fi
  • LED lightning
  • In-Flight Entertainment
  • USB connection
  • Power options

Our fleet’s Boeing 767-300 aircraft

Hlöðufell

[HLEU-thu-fetl]
Power options onboardUSB onboardLED lightning not onboardIn-flight Entertainment onboardWi-Fi onboard

Boeing 767-300 ER TF-ISO

Hlöðufell is the name of a tuya volcano 10 km southwest of Langjökull glacier. Hlöðufell was formed when lava erupted through a thick ice sheet that covered all of Iceland during the Pleistocene epoch.

Svörtuborgir

[SWUR-tuh-boregear]
Power options onboardUSB onboardLED lightning not onboardIn-flight Entertainment onboardWi-Fi onboard

Boeing 767-300 ER TF-ISN

Svörtuborgir ("Black Fortress") is the name of a row of volcanic craters west of Námafjall near Lake Myvatn. This cone row was created in an eruption 2000 years ago.