When Norwegian regional carrier Wideroe introduced the Embraer 190-E2 in April 2018, it took a major risk. The airline organized a welcome party with hundreds of guests awaiting the delivery flight from Brazil. Any delay would have been embarrassing for the airline and manufacturer, and delays are more common than not in the industry, as many other carriers waiting for their aircraft will confirm. Having invited so many constituents with the special guest missing was by far not the only ...

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