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Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (NAS.OL)

Oslo - Oslo Delayed Price. Currency in NOK
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12.00+1.05 (+9.55%)
At close: 04:27PM CET
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Previous Close10.95
Bid11.99 x 6100
Ask11.94 x 128200
Day's Range11.07 - 12.18
52 Week Range8.57 - 45.08
Avg. Volume7,629,682
Market Cap11.142B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.08
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-49.71
Earnings DateOct 28, 2021
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est16.00
  • Reuters

    Norwegian Air execs met with Airbus to discuss jet technology, memo shows

    Top executives of Norwegian Air , which flies a Boeing-only fleet, met with a sales team from rival aircraft maker Airbus this week, according to an internal Norwegian memo seen by Reuters and confirmed by a company spokesperson. The budget carrier, which today operates around 50 Boeing 737 aircraft, said in October it had agreed to lease up to 13 more 737-800 NG aircraft ahead of the 2022 European summer season. However, it added that some of the leased aircraft can be substituted for "new technology narrow-body aircraft from either Boeing or Airbus", the two main competitors in the commercial aircraft market for decades.

  • Reuters

    New Norwegian airline Norse Atlantic get U.S. operator licence

    Norwegian airline startup Norse Atlantic on Friday received approval from U.S. authorities to operate flights to the United States, a "significant milestone" in its plan to launch flights this spring, the company said. "The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) approved Norse Atlantic Airway's application for the operation of flights between Norway/The European Union and the United States," the company wrote in a statement. In December, the fledgling airline, also known as Norse, received its Norwegian air operator's certificate and took delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

  • Reuters

    Upstart airline Flyr to raise more cash after Q3 loss

    Norwegian airline Flyr, which launched its first flight in late June, earned far less revenue than expected in the third quarter and now plans to raise more cash, the carrier said on Monday, triggering a sharp fall in its shares. The company is one of several upstarts hoping to take a bite out of the Nordic market for air travel, which is dominated by regional airlines SAS and Norwegian Air. Flyr's revenues amounted to 39.6 million Norwegian crowns ($4.6 million) in the July-September period, with a loss before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation of 142.8 million, the company said.