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Article from BTNews 8 MAY 2017

Bobby Moore tail fin honour

Norwegian has chosen the late English footballer Bobby Moore, who died in 1993, to become the latest British tail fin hero to appear on its new aircraft.

The airline has a tradition of honouring figures in this way, featuring personalities who symbolise the spirit of Norwegian through innovation, leadership and inspiring others. 

Moore, who had a 25-year career as a professional footballer which established him as a world leader, will become Norwegian’s fourth British hero, following children’s author Roald Dahl, pioneering pilot Amy Johnson and aviation maverick Sir Freddie Laker.

Norwegian chief commercial officer Thomas Ramdahl said: “Bobby Moore was an iconic footballer and leader and a true gentleman, so we are honoured to have him appear on our aircraft.”

The Bobby Moore tail fin will take to the skies later this year on a Norwegian B737-800. 

In the UK, Norwegian operates from Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh and Belfast, carrying more than 5m passengers a year to 50 destinations, including the UK’s only direct low-cost flights to the US.

www.norwegian.com

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Michael King, Brough

All credit to Norwegian for this tribute to an English footballing hero but why does it take a Norwegian airline to come up with the idea??


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