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Norwegian Air Demands Compensation From Boeing After Grounding Fleet
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13 Mar 2019 03:20 PM EST

According to a report by CNN Business, European discount carrier Norwegian Air is demanding compensation from Boeing for its grounded fleet of 737 MAX 8 jets, following two deadly crashes involving the aircraft in the last six months. Norwegian has become the first airline to say publicly that it will demand Boeing pay for lost flight time. CNN reports that it is expected that other airlines will follow suit. On Tuesday, aviation authorities throughout Europe ordered the grounding of the jets in the wake of Sunday's Eithopian Airlines crash that killed all 157 passengers on board. Norwegian reportedly has eighteen 737 MAX 8 aircraft in its fleet, mostly used in trans-Atlantic flights between Europe and the East Coast of the US.


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