New flight updates for Norway.
A Norwegian Airlines flight from the U.S. to Oslo is now out of service.
The aircraft is believed to have been in Norwegian airspace.
The airline says passengers and crew were on board when it departed from New York’s LaGuardia Airport on April 13, but was delayed due to the storm.
The company says passengers on board were taken to Norra airport in Oslo and transferred to a Norwegian Airlines Boeing 737.
The plane’s last flight was from Miami to Chicago on April 12.
The Norwegian Airlines website lists the plane as a flight from LaGuardian to Minneapolis.
Norwegian says passengers were transferred to Norca airport in New York City and transported to the U of M in St. Louis.
Norwegian said it is continuing to investigate the cause of the incident.
The Norwegian Airlines aircraft, a 737-700ER, was reported missing at about 1:20 p.m. local time (9:20 a.m., ET) on Friday.
It had been scheduled to fly from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport to Portland, Ore., and was scheduled to arrive in the Portland International Airport at about 2:15 p.t. on Friday, according to Norwegian’s website.
The last flight of the day had been to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and had departed at 1:15:10 p.mt. on Saturday, according the Norwegian website.
Norwegian Airlines posted on its website that the crew is safe and the company is working to recover the plane.
The flight was scheduled for a departure from La Guardia Airport to Minneapolis, but Norwegian says it has been delayed due the storm that has ravaged the region.
“The aircraft is not operational at this time.
It is in the process of being assessed and will be taken off the air as soon as possible,” the company said in a statement.