The Division of Transportation has authorized start-up Norse Atlantic Airways’ utility for a international air provider allow, clearing the way in which for the provider to start transatlantic operations.
Norse Atlantic expects to start flying between Oslo and the U.S. someday this spring. CEO Bjorn Tore-Larsen stated the primary U.S. vacation spot shall be both Fort Lauderdale; Ontario, Calif.; or Stewart Worldwide Airport, which is about 60 miles north of New York Metropolis.
Norse Atlantic acquired its air operator’s certificates from the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority in December.
The provider in the end plans to supply low cost service between a variety of locations all through the U.S. and Europe utilizing a fleet of 15 Boeing 787 plane.