Low-cost carrier (LCC) Norwegian Air Shuttle reported a significantly improved second quarter over the previous year, with net profits rising to NOK 325 million ($39.8 million) compared to NOK129 million a year ago. The result was achieved with an 8% growth in capacity (ASKs) being outstripped by 15% growth in RPKs. Passengers are traveling farther as more long-haul routes are added and are also contributing to higher levels of ancillary revenue. Revenue, at almost NOK5.9 billion, was up ...

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