Just months after commencing long-haul operations from its bases in Scandinavia, Norwegian Air Shuttle is taking its venture one step further with the launch of transatlantic services from London Gatwick Airport. The routes, like Norwegianâ€™s other long-haul flights, will be served by the carrierâ€™s growing fleet of Boeing 787-8s. Norwegian took delivery of its first two 787s this year and has six more on order. Norwegian was the first European low-cost carrier (LCC) to expand ...
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