Low-cost carrier Norwegian has retired its final Boeing 737-300. Its single-aisle fleet is now comprised entirely of the newer -800 model. Norwegian flew its final -300 from UK maintenance site at Lasham, near London, to Bodø in northern Norway, the site of the National Aviation Museum of Norway to which the aircraft has been donated. It had been parked at Lasham for several months. The aircraft—LN-KKW—joined Norwegian as a second-hand aircraft in 2006. Its last revenue ...

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