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In connection with the presentation of the figures for the second quarter, the Norwegian chef Bjørn Kjos stated that the plan was to sell more of the older aircraft of the company during the year.
Now the first planes disappear to new owners.
Arctic Aviation Assets, one of the airline's subsidiaries, has signed an agreement for the sale of six Boieng 737-800 aircraft, according to a Saturday report.
All planes are currently in daily use for Norwegian and completion is scheduled for November through August next year.
The sales proceeds, which are not yet known, will be used to pay off debts and increase the liquidity of the company.
"The sale is part of the ongoing fleet renewal program and is in line with the company's long-term strategy," he said.
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