Shares in Norwegian Air took off on Thursday (February 6).
Up as much as 6%, before easing back.
That on signs that the budget carrier's turnaround is gathering pace.
Two key measures of income per passenger rose sharply according to a new traffic report, beating analyst forecasts.
The gain comes after Norwegian cut almost a third of its capacity in January.
It's been pruning loss-making routes in a bid to save cash.
Routes from Ireland to the U.S. and Canada were among those to go.
Norwegian shook up transatlantic travel with cheap fares...
But over-expansion and the grounding of its Boeing MAX jets brought mounting losses.
Many industry watchers wondered if it might be the next in a slew of airline bankruptcies in Europe.
Now those fears appear to be receding... as is the pressure on peers.
Analysts see local rival Scandinavian Airlines benefiting as Norwegian scales back.