Norwegian Ends ALL Long Haul Operations & Retires 787
Norwegian, a low-cost carrier from Europe has been prominent in operating low cost, long-haul operations across the Atlantic ocean destinations like Fort Lauderdale, New York, and Los Angeles. News broke this morning that they will be retiring their Boeing 787 and they will be ending all long-haul operations.
This is a sad day for the industry, As we see that this airline is really struggling to even stay in business and cutting the long-haul routes is the only way it’s going to be able to stay alive. The good news, however is that not all transatlantic operations will stop.
While most flights to some smaller destinations like Providence, Rhode Island may resume when the 737MAX starts flying for the airline again.
Dang, I remember seeing these all the time at ORD, saw one get delievered when I went to Washington, real shame to see these go. There will never be something like the bright red at the front of the Dreamliner found on Norwegian aircraft.