Neither the yield situation, losses nor the dispute around its transatlantic flights will slow the growth of the Oslo-based low-cost carrier, however. By year-end, the airline plans to have expanded capacity by 35%, mainly driven by the launch of its long-haul network. And it will scale that back to just 5% next year. Norwegian’s expansion will be slowed somewhat by the dearth of aircraft it will receive in 2015—giving competitors some room to breathe. “We are not aware of ...

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