LCC Norwegian is delaying the potential sale of six Boeing 737-800 aircraft and preparing to wet-lease capacity to make up the shortfall created by the grounding of the 737 MAX. Aviation authorities around the world grounded the MAX fleet following two fatal crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia. In Europe, Norwegian, which has a fleet of 18 MAXs, is the most affected by the ban, and the airline said March 25 it was taking “precautionary measures to make sure the passengers reach their ...

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