Norwegian said lower unit costs helped achieve a NOK300 million ($37 million) net profit for the second quarter, reversed from a net loss of NOK691 million in the same period a year earlier. The low-cost, long-haul carrier, which has been growing aggressively, expanding its fleet and launching numerous new bases and destinations, has met with some skepticism over a pace of growth that is not seen as sustainable. Norwegian sought to address these concerns, reiterating as it reported the ...

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