LONDON – Norwegian Air Shuttle’s (DY) Board of Directors has today outlined a simplified business structure and dedicated short-haul route network. With this plan, DY says it is set to create a robust airline to attract investors. The first order of business is to drop its long-haul operations, which will in turn affect 1,1000 UK workers.
The company is known for low-cost travel and for winning numerous awards in that category. As such, DY will build on this foundation, it says, and focus on its core Nordics business, operating a European short-haul network with narrow body aircraft.
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Source:: “Airways Magazine”