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Norwegian Air: without B-737 MAX aircraft, expenses increased by € 51.73 million
It would serve for "wet leasing" in the summer season
If the Boeing B-737 MAX planes continue to be grounded until the end of August, the low-cost carrier Norwegian Air could lose up to 500 million Norwegian crowns (51.73 million Euros) since they would increase the resulting costs from the use of less efficient aircraft. In addition, the expenses will continue to rise because Norwegian Air could be forced to replace the 18 B-737 MAXs in fleet with planes...
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