The two Irish pilots who flew Norwegian's first Boeing 737 Max aircraft from Seattle to Oslo yesterday have said the airline continues to push boundaries, changing the face of transatla - From Independent.ie
John Mulligan Twitter Email Godfrey Higgins, director of flight operations for Norwegian Air International (NAI) Norwegian's Ireland-based subsidiary, and Pat Campbell, NAI's chief pilot for 737s, flew the new jet to Oslo in advance of it being used on Irish routes.
Mr Campbell joined the airline in 2015.
He flew with Aer Lingus for over 30 years, and was on transatlantic services before he took redundancy at 50.
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