"We're going to send the entire bill to Boeing", Lasse Sandaker-Nielsen a spokesman for Norwegian Air Shuttle stated on Wednesday.
The statement comes just two days after a Boeing 737 MAX 8 with 157 people on board, operated by Ethiopian Airlines, crashed, causing almost immediate bans of the model by airlines across the world. About two-thirds of the 371 MAX 8 jets operating across the world have been suspended, Reuters reported.
According to Flightradar24, the US and Canada remain the only countries that have the Boeing 737 MAX 8 in their airspace.
The tragic accident follows another catastrophe of the new Boeing model that occurred in Indonesia in October 2018, claiming the lives of 189 people.