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Norwegian Awarded Six Weekly Slots at London Heathrow

European low-cost carrier Norwegian has been awarded six weekly slots at London Heathrow out of the 14 requested by the airline beginning in summer 2020. The Oslo-based carrier already operates extensively from London Gatwick airport to 30 destinations throughout Europe, North America and South America. The new slots reported by Airport Coordination Limited will allow Norwegian to operate three round trip flights from Britain’s busiest airport. Heathrow has some of the most valuable slots in the world which have numerous…

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…

Austin-Bergstrom Keeps Growing, Lands Two More Europe Routes

Austin has grown at a pace faster than almost all other U.S. cities over the past decade. Dubbed Silicon Hills for the large number of tech companies that are headquartered in and around the city, the rising tech industry has helped fuel both domestic and international air service over the…

Norwegian Defers Bond Payments, Strengthen its Financial Position

Tuesday was a key day for Norwegian, as the company's bondholders accepted a two-year deferral in the taking of dividends of obligations that the company had issued in 2015 and 2017. With this action, the carrier avoids paying 380 million dollars due in the last four months of the current…

Norwegian Air Axes All Transatlantic Operations From Ireland

Norwegian Air announced Tuesday that the airline will cease transatlantic operations from Ireland to New York, Boston and Toronto in September citing the unsustainability of the routes and the continued impact of the Boeing 737 MAX grounding on the airline’s network. A statement from the carrier said that the route…

Norwegian Air Axes All Transatlantic Operations From Ireland

Norwegian Air announced Tuesday that the airline will cease transatlantic operations from Ireland to New York, Boston and Toronto in September citing the unsustainability of the routes and the continued impact of the Boeing 737 MAX grounding on the airline’s network. A statement from the carrier said that the route…

Norwegian Air Argentina Files Request for U.S. Routes

Just two weeks after the United States and Argentina signed the commitment to amend the existing bilateral agreement regarding commercial aviation, Norwegian Argentina filed a request to ANAC, Argentina's national aviation authority, to operate regular flights to the U.S. The company is bound to present information to ANAC related to…

Norwegian Eyes South American Flights from Spain

Norwegian announced it has been granted seven weekly frequencies between Spain and Peru by the Spanish General Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) . If flights commence, the Oslo born carrier will become the fourth airline to operate flights between both countries. The Oslo-based carrier currently flies to Boston, Los Angeles and…

Europe Reacts to the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8…

Following the devastating crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 on Sunday, multiple airlines and aviation authorities have announced groundings of and restrictions to the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. Here, we round up which airlines have taken the decision to voluntarily ground its fleets and which authorities have taken action into…

Austin’s Bergstrom Airport Continues Steady Growth Path as Overseas Market…

For the ninth consecutive year, Austin Bergstrom International Airport has reported a year-over-year rise in passenger numbers. The Central Texas airport welcomed 15,819,912 passengers in 2018, a 13.9 percent increase over 2017 passenger numbers. For the first time in its history, the airport saw at least one million flyers passing…