Norwegian Air CEO Bjørn Kjos has stepped down from his position after 17 years at the helm. The airline has appointed CFO Geir Karlsen as its a interim CEO, while chairman Niels Smedegaard will take on a more active role in the management. Commenting on the changes, Smedegaard, said: “I am very pleased Bjørn will remain at the company as an advisor to the Board and the Chair. As Norwegian moves from growth to profitability, it will be an advantage for the company to benefit from Bjørn’s extensive network, in-depth knowledge of and experience with global aviation. We have already
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