Norwegian had agreed to with Boeing to postpone the delivery of 14 Boeing 737 Max aircraft originally due for delivery in 2020 and 2021, airline announced on Wednesday. Norwegian is the worst affected European Airline by grounding of MAX fleet as about 30 per cent of all 737 Max flights from European airports were operated by Norwegian. In March, Norwegian temporarily suspended operation of 18 Boeing MAX 8 aircraft. Airline today reported its first quarter results with a net loss was NOK1.45bn (£130m) million, despite increased revenue of NOK7bn (£630m). “We have had some productive meetings with Boeing where we have discussed how we can maneuver through the difficulties the MAX situation is causing Norwegian,” Kjos added.