Norwegian Air Shuttle (DY) reported a pre-tax profit of NOK873 million ($152 million) for the third quarter, up 27.3% from the NOK686 million earned on a similar basis in prior-year quarter. This was, the airline said in a statement, its “best ever” result. DY CEO Bjørn Kjos said the results “show that the growth has been well adapted to the market demand. The load factor is high and the growth in passenger traffic is very good.” During the September ...

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