Norwegian retires the Boeing 737-300 on its final flight from the UK

TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP
By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP December 16, 2015 22:13

Norwegian retires the Boeing 737-300 on its final flight from the UK

Norwegian flew its last Boeing 737-300 from Lasham in the UK to the small town of Bodø in Northern Norway. With all of Norwegian’s Boeing 737-300s phased out, the airline’s fleet now has an average age of 3.6 years making it one of the most modern and environmentally friendly in Europe.

Norwegian has given the retired Boeing 737-300 as a present to the National Aviation Museum of Norway. Captain Johnny Silberg had the honour of flying the aircraft’s final flight.

”This airplane has been a faithful workhorse for Norwegian since 2006 and it’s wonderful that it can continue living on at the National Aviation Museum. Its new life at the museum shows the importance of Norwegian in Norway’s aviation history. We challenged the monopoly and gave affordable fares to all,” Silberg said.

TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP
By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP December 16, 2015 22:13