Norwegian aircraft Boeing 787 Dreamliner Norwegian 

The new long-haul route of Norwegian: London-Buenos Aires

Norwegian Airlines launched today its new long-haul low cost route, between the United Kingdom and Argentina. Since February 18th, 2018, the low cost airline will operate four weekly flights between the London Gatwick International Airport (LGW) and Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE). Buenos Aires-London route is part of the aggressive strategy of expansion to other continents that Norwegian began earlier this year with the launch of low cost flights to United States and Asia. At the beginning of the coming year, Argentina will become the first South American destination…

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Norwegian 787 Dreamliner Norwegian 

Norwegian launches flights from Rome to United States

The airline Norwegian launches its new routes from Roma to three cities in the United States, starting this year and in 2018. Flights will connect Leonardo Da Vinci Rome-Fumicino International Airport (FCO) with New York, Los Ángeles and San Francisco, operated with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner equipped with Premium and Economy cabin. Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to Rome: Begins on November 9, 2017,  four times a week until the early February 2018 when it increases to six times per week. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Rome: Begins on November 11, 2017, twice weekly until February, when…

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Thomas Cook Airlines Thomas Cook Airlines 

Thomas Cook and its long-haul vision for secondary airports

Thomas Cook Airlines, the British airline based in Manchester, England, outlines its long-haul vision for secondary airports. When it comes to route expansion for Thomas Cook Group Airlines, there is a shared belief that the opportunities lie with the secondary airports. Whether it is in the long-haul or the short-haul market, the British Thomas Cook Airlines and German Condor, the main airlines of the group, they plan operations point to point at secondary airports in low-traffic. The transatlantic market is fierce competition, so this action is necessary, according to Jens…

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Aircrafts of British, IAG IAG 

Long haul low cost of IAG begins in summer

The new long-haul low cost of International Airlines Group (IAG), begins its first flights in this summer with twoAirbus A330. The holding of British Airways, Vueling, Iberia and Air Lingus is working on some issues as the brand options and the final decision is expected in a few days. IAG plans to follow in the footsteps of Norwegian to start long-haul low cost flights between Europe and the American continent. The flights will start in June, from Barcelona-El Prat Airport, fed by the short-haul flights that airlines of the group have in the mentioned airport. Destinations…

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