787. Courtesy, Boeing Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY) has created a long-haul subsidiary—Norwegian Long Haul—to accommodate the 2013 arrival of its first Boeing 787-8 (ATW Daily News, Sept.18). DY is buying three and leasing five 787s, with the first due to arrive in April 2013 and enter service in early summer. Initial routes will be from Oslo and Stockholm to Bangkok and New York. Details have not yet been confirmed on which New York airport will be ...

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