Someone83 wrote:To explain this in a simple way, is that this is part of Norwegian's restructuring and "clean up", where one key element is to have fewer AOC and a simpler structure. Although it do seems counter intuitive to then establish 2 new AOC, it is part of the process ending up with 2 AOCs. One Norwegian and one Swedish, with the latter being their EU AOC
This means their Irish, British, Longhaul and other Norwegian/Swedish etc, in the end will be gone. Unlike previously when they operated flight under DY, D8 etc codes, all future flight will be under the DY code and same callsign. Just being marked as "operated by...."
The streamlining with a Norway/Sweden AOC I understood from before, not so much how yet another pair of AOCs comes into all of this, which that I would have never guessed. Are the existing NAS and NSW AOCs just going away in favor of making two more to transfer everything to almost as like a "clean slate" of AOCs, and the new codes and callsigns are just placeholders that won't actually see active use?