Low-cost airline Norwegian signed a multi-year distribution agreement with Sabre. - Business Travel News

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February 01, 2013 - 09:30 AM ET

Low-cost airline Norwegian signed a multi-year distribution agreement with Sabre. As part of the deal, Sabre-connected travel agencies "will be able to shop for and book tickets that include ancillary services offered by the carrier, including on-board meals and up to two checked bags," according to the companies. The airline added that the Sabre agreement "is part of Norwegian's long-term growth strategy that includes entry in to the North American marketplace." Norwegian currently serves 127 destinations, primarily in Europe.

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