Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle has secured an agreement from Boeing to beef up maintenance teams for its fleet of 787 Dreamliners following a series of technical problems that has seen the Scandinavian carrier repeatedly having to lease short-notice replacement aircraft. Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos met with senior Boeing management in the US last week after the latest technical problem grounded its third and newest 787 in Florida for several days just before Christmas. “New ...

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