Low-cost carrier (LCC) Norwegian has performed its first commercial transatlantic flights using the Boeing 737 MAX, with two aircraft now in revenue service. The first Norwegian 737 MAX transatlantic sector was operated July 15 by an aircraft named “Sir Freddie Laker,” who is widely recognized as a long-haul, low-cost pioneer. The Skytrain executive started long-haul, low-cost flights between London Gatwick and New York in 1977, with fares starting at £59 ...

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