Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY) CEO Bjorn Kjos expects to see a change in traffic flows when the Scandinavian airline launches low-cost, long-haul services in approximately one year. Although the arrival of DY’s Boeing 787-8s brings routes such as Stockholm-Bangkok within reach, the development should not be regarded only as providing new leisure routes for Scandinavian tourists, Kjos said. Speaking at the World Low Cost Airlines Congress in London, Kjos said, “The new trend we ...

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