Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Norwegian Air Shuttle to register new Boeing 737-800 in Ireland

                                                   
Norwegian Boeing 737-800 
According to Norwegian media outlets E24 & Hangar.No Norwegian Air Shuttle CFO Frode Foss  stated the first aircraft to be managed by it's Irish asset management subsidiary, a new Boeing 737-800 to delivered in October is to be registered in Ireland.

The CFO added "Ireland is a mecca for airlines and most airlines are now established in Ireland for funding purposes. It is a natural location with respect to Norwegian's global expansion and the large orders".
In a significant development the CFO stated "Norwegian has on order from Boeing and Airbus will be registered with the Irish registration ahead."

Norwegian has a further 270 aircraft on order:  100 Airbus A320Neo on order plus 50 options, 64 Boeing 737-800s, 100 Boeing 737-8 Max plus 100 options, 6 Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners.

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