After more than two months, he took the jet away in Shiraz and had landed in the meantime in Stockholm.
Just before midnight, the Boeing 737 Max began to register LN-BKE in Shiraz and just over six hours later, according to Flightradar 24 data, the Norwegian plane came back to its base at Stockholm Arlanda. Since mid-December, the jet had been in Iran and was missing in the hands of Norway. Now it's likely that flight technicians would be able to repair it.
The airline had previously stated that the bureaucratic process around the repair of the aircraft took longer than was thought, as one does not know Iran's regulations. US penalties against Iran had complex issues. It is not allowed to provide spare parts to Iran if they contain more than ten percent of ingredients from the US. That's the case with most parts. This week, we know that Norway can not fly a new engine for Shiraz.