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International low cost carrier

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The January 12 issue of the Christian Science Monitor had an article about "amazing travel deals to Europe" It directs to a web-site for Norwegian Airlines, that lists fares from JFK to many European airports, with one-way tickets, priced in US dollars, ranged from $144 to less than $400 (front cabin seats are as low as $1000). They are apparently an international low cost carrier. Many of their flights are on new Boeing 787(?)s. I don't work for them (or anybody else), but found the fares almost unbelievable.

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