Norwegian Air Shuttle has become the European launch customer for the Boeing 737 MAX and also signed up to take Airbus A320NEOs, becoming another buyer of both re-engined single-aisle aircraft. Norwegian announced firm orders for 100 737-8 MAXs as well as 22 737-800s in a deal valued at $11.4 billion at list prices. Norwegian also took purchase rights for 100 more 737-8s. Representing Boeing’s largest order from a European airline, the deal also makes Oslo-based Norwegian the first ...
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