Norwegian Air Shuttle said it would boost frequencies to some of its U.S. destinations from London next summer in response to demand, but will reduce flights to Buenos Aires, Miami, Rio de Janeiro and Orlando, Florida. The low-cost long-haul carrier, whose rapid expansion strategy has put it under financial pressure, said it would operate a daily service from London Gatwick Airport to San Francisco, up from five times a week; increase Gatwick-Tampa, Florida, flights to three from two times ...

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