Norwegian is about to make a daring move. Next month, the Oslo-based low-cost carrier will open a base at Warsaw's Frederic Chopin Airport and commence flights to Alicante, Barcelona Girona and Malaga in Spain and Nice in the south of France. It intends to place a second 737-300 in Poland in August and launch service to 3-4 additional destinations. The "Polish adventure," as CEO Bjorn Kjos laughingly describes the expansion, is a double novelty: The base will be the first outside Norwegian's ...

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