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NOFI is recognized as a financial investment according to IFRS 9 and subsequent changes in fair value are recorded in other comprehensive income. Refer to Note 9 for further information.
Norwegian held total return swaps corresponding to 3.6 % of the outstanding shares in NOFI until they expired in December 2018. Net loss from total return swaps amounted to NOK 194 million during the quarter.
Total non-current liabilities were NOK 26,412 million at the end of 2018, compared to NOK 25,027 million at the end of last year. Long-term borrowings have increased by NOK 220 million during the year due to the financing of four new 787-9 Dreamliners, seven new 737 MAX 8 and three new Airbus A320neos and appreciation of USD to NOK of 5.9 % year to date, offset by euro bond NAS07 and aircraft financing on sold aircraft reclassified to short-term borrowings or repaid, as well as down-payments on aircraft financing. Other non-current liabilities increased by NOK 1,166 million, mainly due to gross presentation of deferred tax (NOK 615 million) and increased accruals for periodic maintenance on leased aircraft.
Total short-term liabilities amounted to NOK 27,869 million at the end of 2018, compared to NOK 16,398 million at the end of 2017. Current liabilities increased by NOK 3,743 million from end of last year. Short-term borrowings increased by NOK 7,315 million during the year due to new PDP financing and financing for seven 737-800 aircraft that was re-allocated to short term liabilities due to a decision to sell the aircraft within the next 12 months, as well as euro bond NAS07 being reclassed to short-term. Air traffic settlement liabilities increased by NOK 414 million from end of last year due to increased production.