Norwegian Air Shuttle’s leasing arm has reached an agreement with Airbus to postpone deliveries of Airbus A320neo and A321LR aircraft as part of an ongoing drive to reduce costs and boost profitability, cutting capital expenditure by $570 million over two years.  The Scandinavian long-haul LCC said its subsidiary Arctic Aviation Assets had reached a deal with the Toulouse-based aircraft manufacturer to reschedule part of its order book, including both A320neos and A321LRs, the ...

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