Norwegian is an airline with just two aircraft types. The airline operates the Boeing 737 and 787. It currently has 37 Boeing 787s, with a further three aircraft awaiting delivery.
However, it seems as though the entirety of Norwegian’s widebody fleet is now grounded, and that’s not just because of the ongoing crisis being experienced by the aviation industry. The last flight by a Norwegian Boeing 787 took place on Sunday, with 29 of the aircraft having been grounded in the past three weeks. But where exactly are these aircraft being stored? Simple Flying did the work so that you don’t have to.
Norwegian’s Boeing 787s are typically used for the airline’s long haul routes originating from airports such as London Gatwick and Madrid. However, unlike British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, the low-cost airline is storing very few aircraft at its London hub. In fact, the only 787 stored at Gatwick hasn’t flown since the 3rd of November 2019, indicating that it is likely down due to ongoing Trent 1000 issues.
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