In 2019, the airline had employed more than 10,000 staff and had operated 20 bases in 11 countries. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has approved a survival plan for the troubled airline Norwegian Air and related companies. In a written decision Mr Justice Michael Q(...)

In March, the High Court approved a restructuring scheme for Norwegian Air and the other Irish-based subsidiaries. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has approved the repudiation of certain contracts which Norwegian Air International and four other Irish-based subsidiaries of its pare(...)

The Commercial Court “routinely” adjudicates on international disputes involving billions of euros, the head of the court, Mr Justice David Barniville, has said.

The Irish commercial court “routinely” adjudicates on international disputes involving billions of euro, the head of the court, Mr Justice David Barni(...)

The troubled Scandinavian carrier and four Irish subsidiaries have High Court protection from creditors. Photograph: iStock

Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) is close to an agreement on ending aircraft leases with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), the High Court hea(...)

 Norwegian Air Shuttle: A key issue  is terminating leases on aircraft held by Irish companies and returning them. Photograph: Pontus Lundahl

It is no real surprise Kieran Wallace, the KPMG partner appointed as examiner to Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) and four Irish subsidiaries last November(...)

Irish companies Avolon, SMBC Aviation Capital and Goshawk were among those that have agreed terms with NAS and its subsidiaries

Creditors accused Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) of putting them under “unreasonable pressure” to settle claims as part of a rescue plan for the troubled(...)

NAS and four Irish subsidiaries are under High Court protection from creditors while examiner Kieran Wallace of KPMG works on a rescue plan for the Scandinavian carrier.

Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) creditors are challenging the airline’s bid to return more than 30 aircraft to suppliers, a key part of plans to rescue th(...)

NAS and four Irish subsidiaries are under High Court protection from creditors while examiner Kieran Wallace of KPMG works on a rescue plan for the Scandinavian carrier.

Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) creditors could challenge the troubled airline’s efforts to hand back more than 30 aircraft. NAS and four Irish subsidiar(...)

Norwegian and five Irish subsidiaries are under High Court protection from creditors since mid November, when it had debts of more than €4 billion, while Mr Wallace puts together a rescue plan for the airline group. Photograph: iStock

Norwegian Air Shuttle’s (NAS) High Court-appointed examiner has another month to finalise a rescue plan for the troubled airline group. NAS and five (...)

Norwegian Air is in examinership. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has wound up an Irish-registered company within the Norwegian Air airline group. An examiner was appointed to the airline, which owes(...)

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