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Norwegian Air Argentina's first aircraft (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Pablo Diaz)

Norwegian’s Argentinian Venture Set to Cease Operations

Amidst local, global and internal factors, Norwegian seems to be taking steps to sell or close its Argentinian subsidiary, Norwegian Air Argentina (NAA).  According to different sources, JetSmart Argentina would absorb the carrier's operations and set foot in Buenos Aires Aeroparque, abandoning El Palomar airport, currently affected by a judiciary restriction to perform night operations. At the moment,  Norwegian Argentina's booking system does not take reservations beyond March 28 for any of the routes the company is currently operating. Although…

British Airways’ Alex Cruz Outlines Tough Decisions in Recent Interview

Last February, British Airways announced some of its best financial results on record Generating more than £2 billion ($2.53 billion) in profits for the year 2018, with an operating margin 15 percent higher than in 2017, the flag carrier stood firm amidst rising oil prices and widespread uncertainties due to…

Norwegian Takes Delivery of the Boeing 737 MAX 8

As of June 29, 2017, Norwegian Air took delivery of two 737 MAX 8s, becoming the first European airline to take delivery of a 737 MAX aircraft. Following a ceremony and celebration at Boeing's Seattle Delivery Center, select guests departed on one of the two new aircraft for a flight…

Norwegian Brushes off Concerns Regarding IAG’s Level

Norwegian Air CEO, Bjorn Kjos, announced yesterday that he is not wavered or concerned about IAG’s plans to start a low-cost airline offering transatlantic flights. Norwegian Air has all but dominated the low-cost, long-haul market from their base at London Gatwick, where with their young fleet of Boeing 787’s have managed to…