Norway’s low cost carrier Norse Atlantic Airways can launch flights between Europe and the United States.
Company Reported Saturday evening Green light for this next step from US officials: “We are pleased with the approval of the Ministry of Transport for our affordable Atlantic flights,” said CEO Bjørn Tore Larsen. “This important milestone brings Norse one step closer to launching an affordable and environmentally friendly service for travelers between Europe and the United States.” The Norwegian company claims to be providing a lot of employment on the other side of the ocean by hiring hundreds of American flight attendants.
Became annoyed In early 2021 Established with the best formula to fill the gap in the market left there by Norway which was announced due to restructuring a year ago. Long-haul flights must be stoppedAt the end of last year, Norse received the necessary permissions. The prize warrior hopes to make his first flights in the spring. At the same time, the low-cost carrier received its first two Boeing 787 Dreamliners. It will eventually become Fifteen, which will fly from Oslo to places like New York, Florida, Paris and London.
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