Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle has ordered 19 more Boeing 787 Dreamliners to expand its long haul fleet, it announced on Thursday without disclosing the purchase sum.
The new orders will bring the carrier's number of Dreamliners to 38 by 2020.
Norwegian also signed an option for another 10 planes, it said.
One of the few low-cost carriers to venture into long haul distances, Norwegian is turning a profit in the segment and plans to launch new routes "everywhere in the world". It already flies from Northern Europe and Britain to the United States and Thailand.
Deliveries of the new Dreamliners will begin in 2017, and will be owned by Arctic Aviation Assets, a subsidiary of Norwegian.