Low-cost carrier (LCC) Norwegian services were slowly returning to normal Wednesday, following the ending of a damaging 11-day pilot strike. The strike largely closed down the carrier’s Scandinavian operations, although its long-haul services to Thailand and North America, as well as some originating from its UK and Spanish bases, remained unaffected. “I am very relieved that the strike has been called off and that our passengers finally can feel confident that our flights will ...

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