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NEWS Alexey Petin, head of Strategic Procurement, S7


Technics, adds, “This agreement represents a key effort in advancing S7 Technics’ competitive positioning and further service our customers’ needs in the region. We are thrilled to grow our relationship with Satair.”


NORWEGIAN TO SUSPEND MORE THAN 4,000


FLIGHTS AND IMPLEMENT LAYOFFS Following the U.S. ban on travel from most of Europe and the escalating coronavirus situation, Norwegian has decided to ground 40 percent of its long-haul fleet and cancel up to 25 percent of its short-haul flights until the end of May. The changes apply to the company’s entire route network. Jacob Schram, CEO of Norwegian says, “This is an unprecedented situation and our main priority continues to be the care and safety of our customers and colleagues. The new restrictions imposed further pressure on an already difficult situation. We urge international governments to act now to ensure that the aviation industry can protect jobs and continue to be a vital part of the global economic recovery.”


40 percent of long-haul capacity to be cancelled From March 13th to March 29th, Norwegian will cancel the majority of its long-haul flights to the U.S. from Amsterdam, Madrid, Oslo, Stockholm, Barcelona and Paris. From March 13th to the end of May, all flights between Rome and the U.S. will be cancelled. From March 29th until the end of April, all flights from


Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, Amsterdam, Athens and Oslo to the U.S. will be cancelled. All routes between London Gatwick and the U.S. will


continue to operate as normal. Norwegian operates 11 routes between the U.S. and London Gatwick. Our goal is to reroute as many of our customers as possible through London during this difficult period. The short-haul network heavily impacted Norwegian will also cancel a large share of its domestic flights in Norway and flights within Scandinavia, such as Oslo-Copenhagen and Oslo-Stockholm. Flights to Italy will also be cancelled. Domestic and intra-Scandinavian flights will be combined to re-protect its customers. Customers booked to travel on affected flights will be contacted to discuss their options including rebooking onto


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