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Norwegian Scraps All Transatlantic Routes From Ireland

Low-cost carrier Norwegian has announced plans to drop all of its remaining flights between the Republic of Ireland and North America. In a statement published on August 14, the airline said it would discontinue all six transatlantic routes from September

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Norwegian Postpones NEO Deliveries

Norwegian Air Shuttle subsidiary Arctic Aviation Assets has confirmed it has reached an agreement with Airbus to postpone delivery of some of the 128 Airbus A320 Family aircraft it has on order. The company states that the rescheduling of its

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Norwegian Trumps British Airways

Norwegian Air Shuttle has overtaken British Airways as the largest non-US carrier flying transatlantic services out of New York. According to passenger traffic data issued by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, the no-frills airline carried 1.67m

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Norwegian Announces Domestic Operations in Argentina

From October 16, Norwegian Air Argentina is launching domestic flights within the country.  New routes are starting from Buenos Aires/Aeroparque airport to Córdoba, Mendoza, Iguazú, Bariloche, Neuquén and Salta using Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Passengers crossing the Atlantic with Norwegian’s scheduled

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APD in the Firing Line

Norwegian has blamed the Scottish government’s failure to reduce Air Passenger Duty (APD) for its decision to axe its last-remaining transatlantic route from Edinburgh. Outlining its 2019 summer flying programme, the carrier revealed it will terminate its non-stop links from

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Norwegian Goes MAX at Gatwick

Norwegian is set to introduce its newest single-aisle aircraft at Gatwick airport this summer on selected short-haul flights within Europe. The carrier became the European launch customer for the 189-seat Boeing 737 MAX in June 2017 and currently has eight

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More Interest in Norwegian

Lufthansa CEO, Carsten Spohr has revealed that the German flag carrier has been “in contact” with low-cost airline, Norwegian. However, he cautioned that any potential deal would depend on price, the strategic advantages such an opportunity could provide and most

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IAG Eyeing Norwegian Take-Over?

Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos has dismissed claims he could sell the carrier amid interest from International Airlines Group (IAG).  The conglomerate, which already owns Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling, revealed on April 12 it had acquired a 4.61%

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easyJet Joins Forces to offer Long-Haul Flights

Passengers flying with easyJet will now be able to access long-haul services operated by Norwegian and WestJet following the launch of what the Luton-based carrier claims is “the first global airline connections service by a European low fares airline”.  The

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Norwegian Becomes First European MAX Operator

Low-cost carrier Norwegian has taken delivery of its first two Boeing 737 MAX 8s.  The jets, EI-FYA (c/n 42830) and EI-FYB (c/n 42826), were handed over to the carrier at a special ceremony at the manufacturer’s Boeing Field facility on

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