Norwegian’s latest long-haul route launch is a direct flight from Copenhagen Airport to San Francisco/Oakland which will launch in time for flowers: March 28, 2017.
Norwegian (NAS) has reported a doubling of profits in the second quarter of 2016 compared to the same period last year.
On Friday, 15 April, the U.S. Department of transportation issued a proposed order granting Norwegian’s subsidiary, Norwegian Air International, permit to fly to the U.S..
While the permit still needs to be finalised, it would finally give Norwegian’s Ireland based division access to U.S. cities.
Norwegian has announced it would launch the first-ever service between Cork and Boston.
Norwegian Airlines celebrates five years since it introduced free high-speed Wi-Fi on its European routes by sharing a study of passenger Wi-Fi trends.
AeroInside reports that a Norwegian Air Shuttle B737-800 endured bird strikes to both engines on Wednesday, during a flight from Copenhagen to Aalborg in North Jutland (Denmark), and went on to make a safe landing.
Norwegian has just announced that their long-haul operation, Norwegian Air International Limited will be based in Dublin. The airline has given several reasons for their decision, including the favourable financial conditions afforded by Ireland’s adoption of the Cape Town Convention. […]
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