Fast-expanding low-cost carrier (LCC) Norwegian plans to take nine Boeing 787-9s and its first 737 MAX in 2017, using some  extra capacity to add its first long-haul, low-cost flights between the UK and non-US destinations. The Oslo-based LCC said 2017 will be its “busiest ever year,” with over 30 aircraft deliveries, including its first 737 MAX, which is scheduled to arrive during the summer. “Norwegian will become the first European airline to fly the new Boeing ...

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