Norwegian Air blames £134M loss on Boeing 737 MAX grounding and engine issues

Norwegian Air blames £134M loss on Boeing 737 MAX grounding and engine issues

Norwegian Air has blamed the worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 Max, and issues with Rolls Royce engines fitted to its Boeing 787 aircraft for another year of losses. During 2019 Norwegian made a loss of NOK1.61bn (£134m) and carried 36 million passengers – a loss per person of around £3.70. In contrast, easyJet made a profit of £4.50 per passenger in its most recent full financial year.

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