Norwegian has doubled its third quarter pre-tax profit and ordered 19 Boeing 787-9s, plus 10 options, in a deal valued at more than $5 billion at list prices. The Oslo-headquartered carrier operates eight 787-8s and has 11 787-9s on order. With this latest commitment, Norwegian’s long-haul fleet will grow to 38 787s by 2020. “This order of 19 new Dreamliners is a major milestone and enables Norwegian to offer a wide range of new routes to consumers worldwide. The order is also ...

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