Norwegian To Launch 737 Transatlantic Flights, Talks With Ryanair For Feed

BRUSSELS—Norwegian Air Shuttle’s transatlantic network just got more ambitious, with two new routes planned to Boston and New York from Cork, Ireland. The carrier intends to use Boeing narrowbody aircraft—not its Boeing 787s—on the new routes. The Cork-Boston services are planned to begin in May...

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