Norwegian (Oslo Gardermoen) is set to add the B737-8 to its Norwegian AOC's operations specifications. The Scandinavian low-cost carrier has, until now, only added the type to its Norwegian Air International (Dublin International) unit's license.

As such, ch-aviation analysis of schedule data indicates that Norwegian will deploy at least two of the aircraft to its Stockholm Arlanda hub with the onset of the 2017/18 winter season.

Effective October 31, the B737 MAX8s be used to will offer return services between Stockholm Arlanda, Sweden, and each of Dubai International, United Arab Emirates (6x weekly), Gran Canaria (daily), and Helsinki Vantaa (2x weekly).

Of the six B737 MAX 8s that have been delivered from Boeing (BOE, Washington National) to Norwegian Air International, only two are currently active. The remaining four are currently awaiting assessment by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA).