BRUSSELS—Norwegian Air Shuttle is plotting several new long-haul routes, as it finds it “very easy” to compete with the legacy carriers, the LCC’s chief executive said. “Even though they [legacy carriers] do try very hard to stop us all over, they are not very successful in that,” Norwegian CEO Bjorn Kjos told analysts at the presentation of the company’s third-quarter results Oct. 20. Much to the dislike of Air France, Norwegian launched its first ...

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