Norse Atlantic Delays Launch, Secures Gatwick Slots

Norse Atlantic Airways
Credit: Norse Atlantic Airways
Norse Atlantic Airways, the Oslo (OSL)-based startup that plans low-fare transatlantic flights, has moved its launch back, citing high fuel prices. Meanwhile, the carrier has also gained slots at London Gatwick (LGW), which will allow Norse to operate UK-U.S. flights. The airline’s initial flights...

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