Reportedly, Norwegian Air has entered a deal to buy 50 Boeing (BA) 737 MAX 8 aircraft, additionally securing options for a further 30 of the planes at an undisclosed price, ending a contract dispute between the two firms. The airline informed, that the deal includes compensation to Norwegian as settlement for previous disputes over MAX and Dreamliner aircraft deliveries and technical issues, triggering a financial gain of 2 billion Norwegian crowns ($212.2 million).
In February, Norwegian informed that it was considering a switch to Airbus unless ongoing litigation with Boeing over previous aircraft cancellations was resolved in a timely fashion.
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