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Norwegian Air Ends Long Haul Flights, Dumps 787 – One Mile at a Time

Norwegian Air has presented a new business plan, which will see the airline cutting long haul routes and getting rid of Boeing 787s.

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In November 2020, Norwegian Air filed for bankruptcy protection. The company’s board of directors has today outlined a simplified business structure, and it no longer includes long haul flying.
Norwegian won’t fly 787s anymore
Norwegian’s entire Boeing 787-9 long haul fleet has been grounded since March 2020, due to travel restrictions, along with the general decline in demand. With future demand remaining highly uncertain, the company believes that a long haul network is no longer viable. This…

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