PARIS—Norwegian Air Shuttle reported a widening first-quarter loss and said it was still assessing the financial impact of the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX, estimating it could cost the airline up to NOK500 million ($57.5 million) in 2019. Norwegian posted a Q1 net loss of NOK1.5 billion, compared with a NOK 46.2 million loss in the same quarter a year before. The airline said it would consider changes in its narrowbody fleet in 2019 “given the unresolved situation with 737 ...

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