787 Grounding Forces European Carriers To Revise Fleet Plans

Norwegian Air Shuttle and the U.K.’s Thomson Airways have adapted their fleet plans to accommodate capacity shortages caused by the grounding of Boeing’s 787s in January. Thomson was expected to receive its first 787 at the end of February and four by May, while deliveries of Norwegian’s first two...

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