Recent weeks have finally brought confirmation of what has been on the horizon for some time: Low-cost transatlantic services are going to be introduced with narrowbody aircraft. Norwegian announced flights from five European destinations to three airports on the U.S. East Coast to start in May with a fleet of Boeing 737-8s. Yes, Icelandair has flown Boeing 757s across the Atlantic for many years, and WOW Air also is offering connecting services in Keflavik, Iceland. Westjet flies Boeing ...

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