Norwegian Air Dreamliner grounded in U.S. due to technical problems

Budget airline Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS.OL) said one of its Boeing (BA) Dreamliners was grounded in the United States, the latest in a string of technical problems to hit the new plane. The newest of the company’s three Dreamliners should have left Fort Lauderdale for Stockholm on Saturday but was unable to due to technical problems, Norwegian Air said on Monday. “We are waiting now for spare parts from Boeing, and once they arrive the technicians are going to work on the plane,” Norwegian Air spokeswoman Anne-Sissel Skaanvik told Reuters. She could not give more detail as to the nature of the technical problem.

    

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