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Wideroe’s profitability depends on Norway’s taxes

Norway’s Wideroe needs a bigger reduction of the country’s air passenger duty and other taxes if it wants to stay profitable in the near future. “Wideroe AS’ short term financial position is still solid. Long term there has to be made substantial changes to air travel...

Taking the first E2 home

Last week we were in Sao do Campos, Brazil, for the delivery ceremony of the first Embraer E190-E2 to Norwegian airline Wideroe. Not content with that, we flew to Aberdeen, Scotland, a week later, in order to be also present on the last leg of the delivery flight to...

Widerøe – A Most Unusual and Capable Airline

As the launch customer for the E190-E2, Widerøe Airlines is moving into jets for the first time. But the company is far from inexperienced, having begun operations in 1934 and is the oldest airline in Norway. It currently operates a fleet of Bombardier turboprops and...

Widerøe E190-E2 Acceptance Flight Landing

Here's a handheld video of Widerøe's E190-E2 landing after its acceptance flight prior to delivery in Saõ Jose dos Campos Brazil. As my wife always reminds me, photography is not my forte. https://youtu.be/1P7lTTDwNfE