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Norse Atlantic Airways Now Flying Between Rome and New York

After the pandemic crisis, low-cost long-haul is back on the field and in the skies on busy Italy – North America routes.

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Yesterday, Rome Fiumicino Airport saw the inaugural flight of Norse Atlantic Airways, the Scandinavian airline that has decided to relaunch the project of transatlantic flights at hyper-competitive fares, arrived.

Norse will operate a daily flight from Rome and New York JFK throughout the summer season. Rome represents the fifth European gateway for the Norse network.

In detail, the Norse flight from Rome Fiumicino airport leaves every day at 1855 and lands in New York JFK at 2230. Flights from New York to Rome depart at 00.0 and land at 1515 the same day.

The Norse Atlantic operates exclusively with Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

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Mario Masciullo - eTN Italy

Mario is a veteran in the travel industry.
His experience extends worldwide since 1960 when at the age of 21 he started exploring Japan, Hong Kong, and Thailand.
Mario has seen the World Tourism develop up to date and witnessed the
destruction of the root/testimony of the past of a good number of countries in favor of modernity/progress.
During the last 20 years Mario's travel experience has concentrated in South East Asia and of late included the Indian Sub Continent.

Part of Mario's work experience includes multi activities in the Civil Aviation
field concluded after organizing the kik off of for Malaysia Singapore Airlines in Italy as an Institutor and continued for 16 years in the role of Sales /Marketing Manager Italy for Singapore Airlines after the split of the two governments in October 1972.

Mario's official Journalist license is by the "National Order of Journalists Rome, Italy in 1977.

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