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Despite President Trump’s travel ban from most of Europe in response to the coronavirus outbreak, Norwegian Air will continue to fly passengers from London Gatwick to the U.S., the airline said Thursday.
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However, many of the airline’s other long-haul and short-haul flights will be canceled, according to a press release from the company.
Norwegian Air also warned it could temporarily lay off up to 50 percent — or more — of its employees.
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The airline said 40 percent of its long-haul flights would be grounded.
That includes “the majority” of flights to the U.S. from Amsterdam, Madrid, Oslo, Stockholm, Barcelona and Paris between March 13 and March 29 and all flights from those cities — as well as Athens — would be canceled from March 29 to the end of April.