January 4 2022  |  Airline & Terminal News

Norse Atlantic Airways receives AOC

By Jayson Koblun



Norse Atlantic Airways is a new airline that will offer affordable fares on long-haul flights

The Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority issued an air operator’s certificate (AOC) to Norse Atlantic Airways on December 30, 2021. The new airline is on track to start transatlantic flights in spring 2022, according to a press release.

“We would like to thank Norway’s Civil Aviation Authority for a constructive and professional process. We are now one important step closer to launching our attractive and affordable flights between Europe and the US in spring next year,” said Norse CEO and founder Bjørn Tore Larsen.

NOA is a new airline that will offer affordable fares on long-haul flights, primarily between Europe and the US. The company was founded in March 2021 and has a fleet of 15 787 Dreamliners that will serve destinations including New York, Florida, Paris, London and Oslo, among others.

“We’ve had a good and constructive dialogue with Norse throughout the process of issuing a Norwegian AOC. We wish them the best of luck and look forward to a continued fruitful relationship going forward,” said Director General of the Civil Aviation Authorities of Norway Lars E. de Lange Kobberstad.


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