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Norse Atlantic expanding routes and capacity with its TCM partner Kales Group

Norse Atlantic expanding routes and capacity with its TCM partner Kales Group

Norse Atlantic will expand its operations in the summer with seven US destinations from London Gatwick.

London Gatwick will have six new destinations added to its current daily flights to JFK.

From 26th March, Norse will fly daily from Paris Charles de Gaulle to JFK and in June daily from Rome to JFK.

It currently already operates daily to JFK from Gatwick and four times a week from Berlin and Oslo.

Read more: LGW welcomes four new Norse Atlantic long-haul routes

All routes are operated with the newest cargo friendly B787-9 aircraft. The total cargo management (TCM) is being handled exclusively by Kales Group.

Under the TCM agreement, Norse outsources all global cargo related activities to Kales. Kales is performing all sales, administrative and operational activities, including using its state of the art booking systems, making it the de facto cargo department of Norse

Read more: Jettainer wins ULD management contract from Norse Atlantic Airways

“We are excited to announce our full summer 2023 schedule and be able to offer a wider network to our cargo customers alongside our valued cargo partner, Kales. This summer our cargo capacity from London Gatwick to the US will substantially increase with five Boeing 787 Dreamliners based at the airport. In addition, we will now operate direct flights to five European airport hubs from New York JFK from this summer,” Jennifer Bendelow, Head of Cargo Norse Atlantic, said.

”With its state of the art cargo friendly aircraft and an excellent on time performance, Norse Atlantic is a great product which has been received very well in the market. We are very excited to be able to promote the additional routes and look forward to a promising joint future,” Sebastiaan Scholte, CEO Kales Group, stated.

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