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The low-cost airline Norwegian Air has cancelled 25% of their U.S winter flights to Europe. Norwegian Air has been operating since 1993 and is a fast-growing European carrier. Norwegian is currently flying to 19 different locations in the US, but that is about to change. Norwegian Air recently announced that they are cancelling 25% of their flights to the U.S for the winter season. From the end of October this year, ten routes between the U.S and Europe will be suspended for the season. New York will lose two departures but the worst affected will be Los Angeles (LAX), where they are suspending three routes. Last winter, Norwegian Air operated 150 flights per week, this year that number will be 113 flights per week. The route that will affect us Swedish Philadelphians the most is the route from our neighbouring New York (JFK) to Stockholm (ARN), that has been suspended for the winter.