Norwegian’s plans to knit the world with low-cost, long-haul service received another boost earlier in July when the carrier took delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, which it plans to operate from Europe to the Northeast U.S. and, as CEO Bjorn Kjos predicts, eventually to New Delhi. In addition, the company is taking advantage of aviation liberalization by setting up subsidiaries in Ireland, the UK and Argentina. But Norwegian’s ambitious plans do not have clear ...

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