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Norwegian Performs First Transatlantic Boeing 737 MAX Flight

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Low-cost carrier (LCC) Norwegian has performed its first commercial transatlantic flights using the Boeing 737 MAX, with two aircraft now in revenue service. (atwonline.com) Plus d'info...

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rayksaintange
Great to see this and wonderful aircraft.. brilliant move in my mind to name it Sir Freddie Laker!
djames225
djames225 2
Not bad Norwegian to do it with the Max edition, but Westjet has been hopping a 737 across the Atlantic for a couple years now.
jimcander
Jim Anderson 3
yup... we have new aircraft type, too... 7M8??

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/IBK1608/history/20170718/1615Z/EGPH/KBDL
pilotjag
pilotjag 1
I was under the impression it would have a different aircraft designation... 73M was my assumption but I was clearly wrong
djames225
djames225 1
Unfortunately, and until their list is revised, 73M is the designation of 737-200 Combi.
To have IACO keep same classification name as NG737, I think may lead to screw-ups but that's my opinion.
jimcander
Jim Anderson 1
IACO doesn't even have anything yet... there's a reference to the 8 and 9 Max's as BBJ and they're just B738 and B739's...
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 3
I think WestJet's leg is shorter.
djames225
djames225 1
Not by much..approx 358km shorter..but still done in a non Max 737
djames225
djames225 2
Halifax to Gatwick
pany
IS the B737 Max comparable in size (capacity) to the great B757-200? Just wondering......
layman85
layman85 0
I'm keen to see whether Norwegian can accomplish their promised Cork-Newburgh flight. I think it is right on the bubble of having long enough legs westbound with seats full.
djames225
djames225 1
THey are already doing EDI to SWF which is 5186 km...ORK to SWF is only 4974.
layman85
layman85 1
www.irishtimes.com/business/transport-and-tourism/cork-runway-may-be-too-short-for-norwegian-air-flights-to-new-york-1.3041237%3Fmode%3Damp

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