Thank you. I checked it out and unfortunately it also doesn't say where these planes would be based. My guess is Oslo.
Unfortunately I have to agree with you. Norwegian seems to be running out of time as they are still struggling to find support at a time when the whole aviation sector is in a meltdown.
There are two possible explanations to why they haven't mentioned why to base the 110-120 aircraft:
A. They won't for competitive reasons
B. They themselves don't know
It's probably a combination of both. 2022 is far far away for an airline that only has 2 weeks of cash reserves left. If they do survive until 2022, I think they will base around 50% i OSL, 30% in LGW (most 787's and some 737's) and have smaller bases in ARN and CPH.
I was surprised that they still wanted to operate long haul. Long haul has been the death for Norwegian. They should have stayed with Intra-European short haul. The cost savings of the short haul philosophy is not applicable on long haul (extend the aircraft utilisation), and long haul demand is more difficult to stimulate (fewer will take a weekend in NYC or LAX because of lower fares, then London etc.)
If they do survive, another issue will be that the market will have moved on. Ryanair and others will have expanded on routes that Norwegian has a big presence on pre-corona.
The presentation is propaganda as well. They are really trying to tell the story that they would have been profitable i 2020, with their budget figures... They haven't had a single profitable year, compare that to Easyjet or Ryanair..
Bad business's should not be saved by taxpayers, and it has been out in the industry for years and months that Norwegian was in trouble.
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