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Cimber Air, Norwegian Air Shuttle or Vueling?

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We found out today that our one way flight from Barcelona to Copenhagen was canceled due to Spanair going bankrupt. We are a family of 7 needing a one way flight from Barcelona to Copenhagen in June. I do not know anything about European, domestic airlines so I am hoping to get some feedback regarding 3 airlines that have non-stops flights - Cimber Air, Norwegian Air Shuttle or Vueling? Which one is the best option?
It is hard to compare "apples to apples" because of bag fees and seat assignments fees. It seems that all 3 are very close in price but price is not our main priority. Should any of these be avoided for safety or any other reason. Also, we are hoping to be able to get assigned seats since our kids are ages 10-17.
Thanks.

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