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EIB-2013-0038 - Norwegian International - Export of Boeing 787 Aircraft to Norway

 

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Application Number AP088035XX for a Final Commitment for the Export of Boeing 787 Aircraft to Norway

EIB-2013-0038

August 19, 2013

Comments of Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, and Air Line Pilots Association, International

Exhibit A - Federal Register Notice - Request for Comments - July 24, 2013

Exhibit B - Press Releases, News Articles

Exhibit C - Declaration of Daniel Kasper and Eric Amel

Exhibit D - Does the Airline Industry Suffer from Overcapacity - Amel, Kasper, Lee and Brueckner

Norwegian is the second largest airline in Scandinavia, the third largest low-cost airline
in Europe, and now the largest operator of direct long-haul routes from Norway’s main airport in
Oslo, which is one of its hubs. Norwegian’s route portfolio stretches across Europe into North
Africa, the Middle East, parts of Asia, and now – due to its aggressive expansion – the United
States. Using low fares to attract customers, the company has experienced exponential growth in
recent years: 17.7 million passengers flew with the airline in 2012, an increase of over 500%
from the 3.3 million passengers that it carried in 2005. Norwegian has already received nearly
$860 million of Bank financing since 2009 which has corresponded to a 163% increase in the
number of passengers flying Norwegian since that time. The number of destinations and routes
Norwegian services has increased significantly during that time as well. As of the end of 2012, Norwegian operated 359 routes (up from 50 in 2005) to 121 destinations (up from 36). The
airline’s fleet has grown to 77 aircraft and it now employs approximately 2,900 employees.

Counsel: Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Michael Kellogg, 202-326-7900 for Delta / Cooley, Jonathan Hill, 202-776-2725 for Hawaiian / ALPA, Russell Bailey, 202-797-4086


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