Low-cost carrier Norwegian has been told that the first Boeing 737 MAX it has on order will now arrive at the end of June. Norwegian was slated to receive its first 737 MAX 8 during week commencing June 12, but a Boeing spokesman confirmed it will now arrive at the end of the month. “Boeing has informed us that the delivery of our first 737 MAX is postponed until the end of June. This will not affect our operation or our passengers, as the upcoming launch of transatlantic routes ...

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