Boeing announced during the 2016 Farnborough International Airshow that Norwegian has committed to GoldCare coverage for its 737 MAX fleet and expanded coverage for the airline's entire 787 Dreamliner fleet.
The new services agreements represent the largest commercial services order in Boeing history.
Norwegian will launch Boeing's 737 MAX GoldCare offering when its first airplane is delivered in 2017. Under the agreement, Boeing will provide coverage through 2034. Norwegian has 108 737 MAXs on firm order, with commitments for 92 more airplanes. In addition, the airline will continue adding 787-9s to its existing 787 GoldCare agreement. Boeing has provided GoldCare Services for Norwegian's 787 fleet since 2012.
During the Farnborough air show, customers announced commercial services agreements valued at multiple billion dollars over the life of the contracts.
- Norwegian committed to GoldCare coverage for its 737 MAX fleet, as well as expanded its 787 GoldCare coverage to include the airline’s entire 787 fleet. This represents the largest services agreement in CAS history.
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