Norwegian head Kjos steps down; Karlsen named acting CEO

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Norwegian Air Shuttle co-founder CEO Bjørn Kjos (pictured) is stepping down with immediate effect after 17 years with the airline, which is trying to achieve a financial turnaround. CFO and deputy CEO Geir Karl Karlsen has been named acting CEO. “I’m not sorry. I am way overdue. You should not run...

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