New Norwegian Airline Received a Massive 3000 Applications for its 50 Pilot Slots

Norse Atlantic Airways, despite the looming pilot shortage, received a massive total of 3,000 applications for its 50 pilot slots. This was told by its CEO Bjorn Tore Larsen during an interview with BBC. Larsen said that he sees the market as “golden opportunity”.

“We don’t have any legacy systems. We are able to start off this airline in exactly the way we would like to,” Larsen told BBC.

The number of applications were not expected, according to the airline’s spokesperson.

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