Norse Atlantic Takes Delivery of Its First 787: Future Perspectives of The Start-Up Airline

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LONDON - Norway's start-up carrier Norse Atlantic Airways (NBT) took delivery of its first Boeing 787 on Monday. Norse’s first Dreamliner is a 787-9 leased from BOC Aviation. Fleet Plans The airline plans to fly twelve Boeing 787-9s and three 787-8s named after national parks. The deliveries will continue until April and all aircraft will be initially parked at Oslo Airport (OSL). The air carrier had applied for an air operator's certificate (AOC) in Norway, and that it planned to apply for an additional AOC in the United Kingdom. In September 2021, Norse submitted its application to the United States Department of Transportation for an exemption and foreign air carrier permit. Photo: Norse Atlantic Airways. As t
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Alessio Olivetti

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