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It is often the young who tend to venture into unknown territory and break new entrepreneurial ground. Or airspace, for that matter. But bucking the trend is Claus Krohn. Even though he’s in his seventies, he thrives at 30,000ft.

He started Krohn Air last February after Scandinavian Airlines terminated the route between Molde and Trondheim, creating a vacuum for early-bird business commuters. A skilled local businessman in the region, having worked in sales since 1957, Krohn was quick to seize the opportunity.

“I like to live an exciting life and…



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