Norwegian Air Shuttle has temporarily halted ticket sales for routes normally serviced by the Boeing 737 MAX to ensure the LCC can “meet customer expectations” in its latest update since the aircraft type’s grounding by aviation authorities around the world.  Norwegian, which has a fleet of 18 MAXs, has been rerouting, rebooking or refunding passengers, as well as combining flights and reallocating aircraft within its network, to cope with the capacity ...

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