The new Scandinavian carrier will hire many American workers, including hundreds of flight attendants, committed to collaborating with local communities and tourism organizations, as well as companies that stimulate economic growth in select regions of the United States and the Old Continent.

We are excited about the US Department of Transportation’s approval of transatlantic flights. This is an important step towards launching affordable and environmentally friendly services for customers traveling between Europe and the United States. We appreciate USDOT’s constructive and prompt approach and look forward to working with them in the coming months, emphasized Björn Toure Larsen, President and Founder of Norse Atlantic Airways.

We appreciate the support of local communities who are passionate about our services. We believe transatlantic travel will resume in full force when the pandemic is behind us. People like to discover new places, visit friends and family, and travel for work. Bjorn Toure Larsen added: “We are offering attractive and affordable flights with our most environmentally friendly Boeing 787.

Norse Atlantic Airways acquired December 2021 Air Carrier Certificate from the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority I got my first Dreamliner 787-9. Passenger flights from Oslo to select US cities (Fort Lauderdale in Florida, Stewart in New York and Ontario in California) are scheduled to open in the summer of 2022. The carrier’s northern fleet will consist of fifteen Dreamliners. Twelve of the wide-body ships ordered are the 787-9, and three are slightly smaller than the 787-8.

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