During a difficult period throughout the pandemic, the airline hopes to strengthen operations with the new changes
Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air has revealed it will permanently end all long-haul flights after citing the operation as “not viable”.
The troubled airline makes another legal move in an attempt to safeguard is future
Jacob Schram made the stark warning as politicians in Oslo rejected calls for further funding.
Investors of the embattled carrier Norwegian Air have voted in favour of a plan which will see the airline convert its debt to equity in a bid to secure its future amid the COVID-19 crisis. The approval will also unlock the rest of a NOK 3bn (£230m) bailout package from the Norwegian government.