Norwegian to “send the bill” to Boeing after 737 MAX grounding

Daily Newsletter | March 13, 2019
Multiple countries and operators opted to ground Boeing 737 MAX fleets until investigation into Ethiopian Airlines crash provides answers whether these planes are safe. In light of these events, only a third of global MAX fleet remains operational.
Norwegian Air Shuttle said it would “send the bill” to Boeing after it was forced to ground its fleet of 18 737 MAX 8.
The authority still refrains from providing accident causes, the update does reveal that the aircraft, it appears, entered turbulence shortly before the crash.
Boeing 737 MAX groundings cost airlines over $10 million daily. But for Boeing the impact could be much worse. “The role of Boeing in the duopoly of commercial narrow body aircraft is at stake,” writes Diogenis Papiomytis from Frost & Sullivan.
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