Norwegian posted a consolidated net loss of NOK210.8 million ($42.4 million) in the first quarter, a sharp deterioration from the NOK14.9 million loss suffered in the year-ago period, owing to increased seasonality, introduction of new aircraft, the integration and expansion of the old FlyNordic and the launch of 13 routes from its new base at Rygge. First-quarter revenue rose 47.5% year-over-year to NOK1.09 billion while operating costs (excluding leasing, depreciation and writedowns) ...

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