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Norwegian Air’s key Irish subsidiaries got High Court protection from creditors on Wednesday in the latest bid to rescue the troubled Scandinavian airline group. Photograph: Toms Kalnins/EPA

Creditors took or threatened legal action against two of troubled airline Norwegian Air Shuttle’s Irish subsidiaries before those companies got court(...)

Kieran Wallace was this week appointed as interim examiner. Photograph: iStock

Liquidating Norwegian Air Shuttle would wipe out the troubled airline’s assets and leave a €6 billion deficit, court documents show. The High Court g(...)

The world’s longest non-stop flight of 14,535km between Doha and Auckland took 16 hours and 30 minutes

On Monday, Qatar Airways QR920 became the world’s longest flight at 14,535km when it landed at Auckland, New Zealand, after a 16 hours and 30 minutes (...)

Washington recently gave Norwegian Air International, an Irish-based subsidiary of Norwegian Air Shuttle, permission to fly to the US, paving the way for flights from Cork and Shannon to Boston and New York.   Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Norwegian Air International (NAI) is considering launching services between the Republic and Hartford, Connecticut in the US, which would put it in co(...)

A Norwegian Air International spokesman said the group’s existing transatlantic flights are operated by Norwegian Air Shuttle, which is separate to the Irish subsidiary. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Pilots’ unions have questioned Norwegian Air International’s (NAI) promise to use only United States and European Union crews on transatlantic flight(...)

Norwegian Air Shuttle’s group chief executive, Bjorn Kjos

From Barry Roche, May 31st 2016 Norwegian Air International has rejected claims by the Irish Airline Pilots Association (IALPA) that it plans to use (...)

 Neurologist  Prof Orla Hardiman: “I was horrified when I heard the news because I know just how much neurological conditions impact on individuals and their families, I see it every day.”       Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has ruled out any intervention in the row over the Department of the Environment’s decision to axe funding for 26 he(...)