(Corrects to say Norwegian taking Dreamliner out of long-haulservice, not returning Dreamliner to Boeing)
OSLO, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Budget airline Norwegian AirShuttle is taking one of its brand new Dreamliners outof long-haul service and demanding that Boeing repair theplane after it suffered repeated breakdowns, the carrier said onSaturday.
Norwegian Air Shuttle will instead lease an Airbus A340 from HiFly to keep its long-haul business going, aspokesman said.
"The aircraft's reliability is simply not acceptable, ourpassengers cannot live with this kind of performance," spokesmanLasse Sandaker-Nielsen told Reuters. (Reporting by Balazs Koranyi; Editing by Hugh Lawson)
- Norwegian Air Shuttle