A Norwegian Air Boeing 737MAX was forced to divert to Iran after suffering a mechanical failure

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  • A Norwegian Air Boeing 737MAX was forced to make an unscheduled landing in Iran on Friday due to a technical malfunction.
  • The two-month-old jet landed safely in Shiraz, Iran.
  • The 189 passengers and crew on board were transported to a hotel near the airport.
  • A relief Boeing 737-800 was dispatched from Norway along with a pair of technicians who will determine if spare parts will need to be sourced.
  • It is unclear if there will be complications with parts procurement due to recent US sanctions against Iran.  

A Norwegian Air Boeing 737MAX was forced to make an unscheduled landing in Iran on Friday due to a technical malfunction.

Norwegian Air Flight 1933 was en route from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates to Oslo, Norway when it was forced to divert to Shiraz, Iran.

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