Norwegian brings the first Boeing 787 to Orlando

Norwegian 787 arrives in MCO (OIA)(LRW)

Norwegian Air Shuttle (Norwegian Long Haul) ( (Oslo) landed the first scheduled Boeing 787 Dreamliner service at Orlando International Airport (MCO) on Thursday night (May 29). The maiden flight from Oslo, Norway to Orlando was the first Boeing 787 to land at MCO. The full flight was greeted with a traditional water salute by the airport rescue fire fighters (ARFF).

Norwegian Air will offer nonstop service between Orlando and Oslo two-days-a-week, Thursdays and Saturdays, with connections to over 94 locations in Europe and Thailand.

Copyright Photo: Orlando International Airport.

Norwegian: AG Slide Show

2 thoughts on “Norwegian brings the first Boeing 787 to Orlando

  1. KingBob

    First at Orlando International perhaps but Thomson Airways has been using them at Orlando-Sanford International for about a year now.

    1. Bruce Drum

      Thanks KingBob. As mentioned, this is at MCO. It is the first 787 at MCO – Orlando International Airport. Sanford is a different airport jurisdiction and county although it markets itself as “Sanford-Orlando” it is really “near Orlando”.

      All the best.


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