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Norwegian Air Shuttle brings Airbus A380 superjumbo to the masses

A second-hand Airbus superjumbo will fly for Norwegian Air Shuttle later this month, giving a model once seen as the epitome of luxury a first taste of discount travel.

The A380 has been drafted in to operate between London Gatwick airport and New York’s John F Kennedy hub after the grounding of some of Norwegian’s own Boeing 787s, according to a spokesman for the airline.

The trans-Atlantic stint comes after the Scandinavian arm of Thomas Cook Group this week used the double-decker to transport holidaymakers between Copenhagen and Cyprus and Oslo and Majorca to help cope with its own plane shortage. The jet was released by Singapore Airlines after a decade of service and is the first used A380 to find a new role.

Norwegian plans to operate the world’s biggest passenger plane for several weeks as its sidelined 787 Dreamliners undergo maintenance to resolve glitches with Rolls-Royce engines.

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  1. 05/02/2022

    Yo no estoy en linea con lo aqui comentado, pienso sinceramente que hay muchos elementos que no han podido ser tenidos en cuenta. Pero valoro mucho vuestra exposicion, es un buen articulo.
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