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An anti-union, ultra-cheap airline could change flying as we know it


Norwegian Air Shuttle, which is the third-largest low-cost airline in Europe, has been offering extremely low-priced international routes for the past few months. The travel industry as a whole doesn’t like it much.

These flights, which connect the U.S. to Europe for under $500 round-trip, include all fees and taxes. Compared to prices of over $1000 for the same flights, travelers will be getting a great deal.

So far, Norwegian Air offers flights or is about to offer flights between European cities like Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo, and Bergen and U.S. cities like Fort Lauderdale, Oakland, New York., and Los Angeles. This summer, the airline will add non-stop trips between New York, Los Angeles, and Fort Lauderdale and London (Gatwick).

The above article is a summary. Please see the source article at Google News.

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