Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY) has signed agreements with Airbus and Boeing for a total of 222 new aircraft.
Computer-generated drawing of 737 MAX in Norwegian livery. Courtesy, Boeing Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY) has signed agreements with Airbus and Boeing for a total of 222 new aircraft. The Boeing firm order includes 100 CFM Leap-1B-powered 737 MAX and 22 737-800 aircraft, valued at $11.4 billion at list prices. The LCC becomes the European launch customer for the MAX. Boeing said this was its largest-ever order from a European carrier. The Airbus firm order is for 100 A320neos. The ...
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