PARIS—Norwegian Air Shuttle said it was 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 Boeing 737 MAX. Aviation authorities around the world grounded the Boeing 737 MAX fleet following the Mar. 10 crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 near Addis Ababa and Lion Air Flight JT610 off the Indonesian coast Oct. 29, 2018. Both aircraft were 737 MAX 8s. In Europe, Scandinavian LCC ...


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