Low-cost Norwegian throws in the towel on long-haul and calls on the state to help

While the low-cost model is most resistant to the crisis on medium-haul networks, the same is not true on the long-haul network. After XL Airways, which disappeared before the coronavirus crisis, Level France, a subsidiary of the IAG group arrested last summer, Norwegian, the third low-cost European before the crisis and the first long-haul low-cost of the Old Continent, announced this Thursday stop the fees on long-haul flights to focus on short and medium-haul flights. Bringing together more than 2,000 jobs, all the subsidiaries in France, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States will be declared bankrupt, as is the parent company.

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