The 5 Transatlantic Routes Which Will Have The Lowest Fares In The Future

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  1. It is interesting that Norse says it knows which routes were profitable that Norwegian offered which means they clearly knew which were money-losers but were still retained anyway.

    “Norse Atlantic will offer routes that have proven to be both popular and profitable, and will initially fly between the US and Europe, serving destinations such as New York, Los Angeles, Miami, London, Paris, and Oslo.”

    I truly feel sorry for Australians. I really do.

  2. As of this morning we are pausing the J&J vaccine for a potential side effect that appears less likely to kill the recipient than covid is.

  3. Are you sure they’re going to be flying out of JFK? I think that Newark is a more logical choice for them since it is not slot-controlled

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