Norwegian, the airline awarded the World’s Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline and Airline of the Year 2017 distinctions, today announced it will launch four new routes from the United States to Europe: New York City/JFK and Los Angeles to Madrid, Spain; New York City/JFK to Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and Los Angeles to Milan, Italy. Norwegian will be the only airline operating year-round nonstop flights from Los Angeles to Madrid and Milan. Norwegian now offers 61 nonstop transatlantic routes to 16 European destinations. The airline now offers nonstop year-round routes to more European destinations from both the greater New York City area and Los Angeles, respectively.
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Looking back at November, we have seen progress during the second session of the UK-US Trade and Investment Working Group on closer partnerships in intellectual property, advancement of SME business and further relevant topics for companies seeking to trade and invest across the Atlantic. Moreover, the UK Government has released up-to-date balance of payments data for the fiscal year 2016 (Learn more here). With the festive season just around the corner, we encourage you to look at the wide range of events and receptions taking place across the BABC network. Check out the Upcoming Events section below or the BABC website for more information on ongoing events and activities. Our transatlantic network grows every day. Join us and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Secretary of State for International Trade Dr. Liam Fox and United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer are pleased to announce the conclusion of the second meeting of the U.S.-UK Trade and Investment Working Group (the Working Group) in London. The delegations were led by officials from the Department for International Trade and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and included representatives from a wide range of U.S. and UK government agencies.