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More than 1,000 jobs lost at Gatwick as Norwegian abandons long-haul network – The Independent

In 2019, the Oslo-based airline flew more passengers to New York than any other foreign airline – many of them from the Sussex airport

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More than 1,000 pilots and cabin crew working at Gatwick for the budget airline Norwegian are learning they have lost their jobs.
The Oslo-based airline is to abandon its transatlantic and Asian network of long-haul flights many of them based at the Sussex airport.
Around 1,100 UK crew will be made redundant, along with a similar number in France, Italy, Spain and the US.
The firm says: Future demand remains highly uncertain. Under these circumstances a long-haul operation is not viable for Norwegian…

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