Thumbs up for Bjørn Kjos.
In Norway, the Swedish Transport Agency has received a Operating License (AOC), it writes on its websites.
According to company data, Norwegian Air Sweden (NSE) will provide even stronger positions in the EU.
"With a stronger stance in Scandinavia, we can have access to several traffic rights and launch new direct flights that we have never been to. Arlanda can become a major international airport between Asia and North America, but it needs aviation-friendly policies and competition on an equal footing," he said. said Norwegian head Bjørn Kjos after the company's first Swedish registered aircraft arrived in Arlanda today.
The aircraft – a brand new Boeing 737 MAX 8 – came directly from the Boeing plant in Seattle.
According to the report, the Norwegian will now apply traffic rights, including an application to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) for the NSE to fly to the United States.
The stock of Oslo Bourse on Wednesday morning is 3.0% to 203 kronor.
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