Thumbs up for Bjørn Kjos.
Norwegian received an operating license (AOC) at the Swedish Transport Agency, writes the company on its websites.
According to the company, Norwegian Air Sweden (NSE) will provide an even stronger position in the EU.
"With a stronger stance in Scandinavia, we can gain access to more traffic rights, and we can launch new direct flights that have not been shipped before. Arlanda may become an important international hub for flights between Asia and North America, but requires a more aviation-friendly policy and competition on an equal footing, "Norwegian head Bjørn Kjos said after the first aircraft registered by Sweden arrived today in Arlanda.
The aircraft – a new Boeing 737 MAX 8 – came directly from Seattle's Boeing factory.
According to the report, the Norwegian will now apply traffic rights, including a request to the US Department of Transportation (DOT), so that the NSE can fly to the United States.
Stocks rose 3.0 percent to 203 crowns in Oslo Børs on Wednesday morning.
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