Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle will launch Boeing 787 long-haul services from Stockholm Arlanda to New York JFK and Bangkok Aug. 15. The first Norwegian 787 arrival at Arlanda will take place Sunday on a flight from Oslo. Norwegian began long-haul services in June using two leased Airbus A340-300s from Portuguese leasing specialist Hi Fly to cover for the late arrival of the 787s following the aircraft’s global grounding related to lithium ion battery issues. Norwegian, ...

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