National Geographic Leases Icelandair 757

DALLAS – National Geographic has leased an Icelandair (FI) Boeing 757-200 to operate its luxury round-the-world tours.

The 2000-build jet, registration TF-LLL (MSN 29307), has been repainted in a ‘National Geographic’ livery. Its cabin has also had a complete makeover. Usually, the airline’s 757s are configured with 184 seats, 20 in its premium cabin called ‘Saga Class’ and 164 in Economy. The aircraft now has just 80 premium seats, of which only 75 are sold to passengers.

Photo: National Geographic.

The aircraft was then flown from the FI’s Homebase of Reykjavík–Keflavík Airport (KEF) to Seattle Boeing Field (BFI) on the read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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