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The king is dead, long live the king! Low-cost long-haul remains unproven, but there is a gap for a value proposition in many international markets whether flying narrow or widebody jets
Regular travellers don’t necessarily get pulled in by low-cost –though admittedly they are happy to accept cheaper fares – but it is more about good
CAPA – Centre for Aviation has seen some high-profile speakers at its recent global events. This week we focus on some of the keynote presentations
Eurowings opens the door to a whole new world of connection opportunities with new virtual interlining platform
German carrier Eurowings has more than flirted with the idea of flight connections. While its big brother Lufthansa delivers the traditional hub-and-spoke model at its
Transatlantic Turmoil? Schedule data for summer 2019 shows falling frequencies and negligible capacity growth in North Atlantic skies
After its largest seasonal rise this decade during the past winter 2018/2019, current trans-Atlantic flight schedules for summer 2019 show the first year-on-year summer declines
A recent blog post by aviation intelligence provider OAG provides some interesting insight into the trans-Atlantic market between the United Kingdom and North America and
ATOL report reveals around three million Brits are happy to book a holiday on the day of departure, and thanks to Norwegian they can also now select destinations by temperature!
A new report from ATOL, the UK government-backed holiday financial protection scheme, has revealed that an amazing three million Brits a year are more than
Is Halifax and Hamilton more likely than Montréal and Toronto as Norwegian is set to outline its Canadian arrival plan?
European budget carrier Norwegian Air is to push ahead with plans to launch flights into Canada this summer after receiving an exemption from the Canadian
Do private entities now regret having ignored Stewart Airport now it is set for official New York status?
Stewart International at Newburgh in New York state, about 60 miles (100 km) north of Manhattan was the first airport in the United States of America
Norwegian boss sees UK as “the heart” of airline’s continued global long haul expansion, but USA still remains the lifeblood of the operation
Norwegian chief executive Bjorn Kjos says that despite the continued business uncertainty being driven by Brexit negotiations, the United Kingdom will remain “the heart” of