Norwegian Air demands Boeing compensate it for grounded 737 Max planes

New York (CNN Business)European discount carrier Norwegian Air is seeking compensation from Boeing for its grounded fleet of 737 Max 8 jets.

Norwegian is the first airline to say publicly it will demand that Boeing pay for lost flight time. It is expected other airlines will follow suit.
Aviation authorities throughout Europe ordered the grounding of the jets Tuesday in the wake of Sunday’s crash of a 737 Max 8 jet operated by Ethiopian Airlines that killed all on board. The United States and Canada followed suit Wednesday. The crash was the second deadly incident involving the 737 Max 8 plane in less than six months.

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