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Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA is a Norway-based company engaged in the passenger transportation service industry. The Company operates scheduled services with additional charter services. Its route portfolio stretches across Europe into North Africa and the Middle East, as well as long-haul routes to the United States and Southeast Asia. The Company has around 450 routes to more than 140 destinations on sale. The Company has approximately 260 undelivered aircraft on firm order. Its fleet combines various types of aircraft, including B788, A32Oneo, B737 Max 8, B738 and B738 S&LB, among others. It is the parent company of the Norwegian Group and operates through subsidiaries, including Norwegian Air Shuttle Sweden AB, Call Norwegian AS, Arctic Aviation Assets Ltd and Norwegian Air UK Ltd, among others.