Norwegian Air Shuttle is to sell 2 of its Boeing 787-9s to Italian leisure airline Neos. They will replace the 2 Boeing 767s that Neos has recently returned to their lessors. The 2 Boeing 787s (respectively registered LN-LNX and LN-LNT) are part of Norwegian Air Shuttle’s subsidiary Norwegian Long Haul’s fleet and are currently stored at Oslo Gardermoen Airport, waiting to be transferred to Neos where they will be stored at Neos’ Milan Malpensa base. They will join the leisure airline’s fleet of 4 Boeing 787-9s and 6 Boeing 737-800s. Neos is Italy’s 1st Boeing 787 operator, having received its 1st Boeing 787 (registered EI-NEO) in December 2017. Both of Neos’ future Boeing 787s are leased by AerCap (the world’s largest aircraft leasing company, based in Dublin). All Norwegian’s Boeing 787s are stored throughout Northern Europe due to the coronavirus pandemic, especially at Oslo Gardermoen airport, Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Stavanger Sola Airport (a city in Norway). 14th of October 2020.