One-off costs related to air traffic control, "irregularities" at Oslo Gardermoen and ground and engine mishaps took a chunk out of Norwegian's second-quarter profit, which came in at NOK17.8 million ($2.8 million) after taxes, a figure that represented a 20.3% improvement over earnings of NOK14.8 million in the year-ago period but was "below our expectations" for the current term. The factors cost the airline NOK17 million, but it said it was able to maintain profitability thanks to record ...

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