Norwegian Air Argentina was Wednesday night granted concessions to operate 153 routes from Argentina by the Argentine National Civil Aviation Administration (ANAC). These concessions came as a result of the application and consultation of 156 routes.
The Norwegian Group established its Argentinian subsidiary in January 2017. Norwegian plans to have a considerable operation in Argentina that includes both domestic and international flights.
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