The Norwegian flies fly their name throughout Europe and beyond. According to the airline's website, flights to European destinations have been slow with a few cancellations.
In a message to the passengers, the airline said that their fleet contained 18 Max 8 aircraft with more than 160 aircraft. 19659002] In December, a technical error forced a Max 8 jet from the United Arab Emirates to land in Iran on its way to Oslo. The jet had stranded at Shiraz airport for months, apparently caught by United States sanctions on Tehran's nuclear program, which banned the sale of civil aircraft, including services and spare parts.
China's flights are delayed after aircraft landing – as usual
No one has landed more Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft than China. With the order on Monday that Chinese airlines shut down their fleets of besieged aircraft, 96 aircraft went out of service.
How did flying in China work? Not much, not even on the first day.
The Chinese airline canceled 62 flights on Monday because of its foundation, said VariFlight, an online tracking company. Replacement aircraft were found for another 288 while five flights were completed before grounding came into force later on Monday.
This is a minor ripple in one of the world's busiest airspaces. According to Chinese security agencies, an average of 15,000 flights per day were launched last year. According to Boeing, Chinese airlines account for 14 percent of global traffic and could account for a fifth of them in two decades.
China has room for flexibility in other ways.
Flight delays are common in China, so airlines are planning fewer flights per day for each aircraft, leaving more aircraft available and possibly filling them. Air traffic controllers and the airlines themselves are extremely cautious when flying planes in bad weather. The military controls most of China's airspace and often closes large areas, causing more delays.