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Dublin-based Norwegian Air International lost $205 million (€172.5 million) in 2016, accounts show. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Norwegian Air Shuttle’s Irish subsidiary lost more than €170 million on the sale of European flights last year, the latest figures show. The Scandina(...)

Guests arrive at the Global Airfinance Conference in the Convention Centre Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Current trends risk creating a bubble in aircraft values, an industry analyst warned at a conference in Dublin on Wednesday. Adam Pilarski, senior vic(...)

Bjorn Kjos, chief executive of Norwegian Air Shuttle, parent company of Norwegian Air International which  has been attempting to  launch a transatlantic flights service from Ireland since 2014.

The row over Irish-registered Norwegian Air International’s bid for a US foreign carrier’s permit intensified last week when the European Union moved (...)

Norwegian Air Shuttle chief executive Bjorn Kjos said  the new craft would fit with Norwegian’s expansion plans and future long-haul network. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

Norwegian Air Shuttle, the group that is hoping to launch flights from Cork and Shannon to Boston, has ordered 30 new Airbus aircraft. The airline on(...)

Norwegian Air Shuttle’s group chief executive, Bjorn Kjos.

Norwegian Air International has made its final submissions on a licence application to the US authorities that will allow it offer transatlantic fligh(...)

The decision to possibly link up with long-haul carriers is the latest taboo to be broken by the Irish carrier, which launched a major customer service overhaul two years ago and introduced its first business fare last August

Ryanair is in talks with British Airways owner International Airlines Group and Aer Lingus about providing transfer connections for its rivals’ long-h(...)

Ryanair  chief financial officer Howard Millar: “This short-term thing happens all the time. It was Ukraine, now it’s Iraq, it will be something else.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

European airline shares have fallen sharply as growing violence in Iraq marks the end of an unprecedented period of low volatility in oil prices. Bren(...)