Low-cost carrier (LCC) Norwegian posted a first-half net loss of NOK411.9 million ($49.8 million), widened from a net loss of NOK54.7 million for the same period last year. The fast-expanding carrier made a net profit of almost NOK1.1 billion for 2Q, compared to a profit of NOK745.4 million last time, but this year’s 2Q profit was canceled out by the hefty NOK1.5 billion deficit recorded in 1Q. Revenue for the first half was up 12%, at just over NOK13 billion, compared to NOK11.6 ...

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