Is the evolution of ‘low-cost long-haul’ shifting in emphasis from secondary level airports at one or both ends of the route to operations between primary airports?
Most eyes have been on Norwegian Air to prove the sustainability of the low cost long haul business model, at least since the Boeing 737
Norwegian secures access to London Heathrow, but will it actually utilise its three weekly return slots?
European budget carrier Norwegian has openly stated that after years of rapid growth that it is firmly now focused on profitability. A recent network review
London – New York may be BA’s billion dollar route, but Norwegian has been the leading growth driver since 2013
The strength of the London to New York market is firmly built on Heathrow (LHR) – John F Kennedy International (JFK) route and the high
Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) secretary general Abdul Wahab Teffaha commented on the EU‘s list of banned airlines, stating: “We believe it’s not helpful, and we believe