Norwegian airline pledges action to remedy Boeing MAX grounding

Norwegian airline pledges action to remedy Boeing MAX grounding
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  • calendar-gray 25 March 2019

Following two air crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia, in which about 350 people lost their lives, Norway's leading airline previously decided to keep its fleet of Boeing 737 MAX grounded and is taking emergency actions to minimise the cost, APAreports referring to Sputnik International. 

The low-cost Norwegian airline has postponed the potential sale of six Boeing 737-800 aircraft, which were grounded following the crash involving aircraft of the same model in Ethopia earlier this month, the company said in a statement. 

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