After negotiating a deal to hire two Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, Norwegian Airlines claimed an expansion in its aircraft fleet.
The arrangement is a crucial step in the company's aim to establish an efficient and contemporary fleet for the future, according to a story published in the European electronic weekly Preference. The airline will be able to better manage its capabilities during the low season, reacting to seasonal demand changes, thanks to the flexibility of energy per hour.
The delivery of the aircraft will begin shortly, according to Norwegian CEO Geir Karlsen, to meet the summer flight timetable of 270 trips in 2022.
He mentioned that each aircraft had a nine-year lease period. 'Norwegian' also has the option of replacing the 737 MAX 8 planes in issue with new-generation Airbus narrow-body planes.
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, or Norwegian, is a Norwegian airline that is now the fourth largest low-cost airline in Europe and the second-largest in Scandinavia.