Low-fare airline Norwegian reported a second-quarter after-tax profit of NOK14.6 million ($2.26 million), reversing a loss of NOK27.4 million last year. "The result exceeds our expectations and we are delighted. . .We are on the right track, and believe that we will post a profit for the year as a whole," said President and CEO Bjorn Kjos. Total operating revenue jumped 70.8% to NOK531.3 million on a 69% rise in traffic to 730 million RPKs. Capacity increased 46% to 940 million ASKs and ...

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