Long-haul LCC Norwegian said it has been unable to service a Boeing 737 MAX 8 that landed in Iran more than three weeks ago because US sanctions on the country made it difficult to obtain the required spare part. The aircraft diverted to Shiraz in western Iran Dec. 14 after developing an engine-related problem during a flight from Dubai to Oslo, the airline said. A replacement aircraft was dispatched to continue the journey to Norway and the 737 has remained in Iran. “There’s ...

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