"The tech challenges in the battle for the skies" - new blog
Norwegian CIO Dag Skage looks at some of the issues discussed at the Travel Technology Europe event in London
Leaving on a jet plane? What your favourite Christmas song says about your perfect festive getaway…
Each year millions of Brits decide to swap sprouts, soggy weather and EastEnders specials for Christmas in a sunnier climate. Jetting off somewhere exotic for December has never been easier (or cheaper), but with so many places to choose from it can be a little daunting. To help you decide we’ve devised a really scientific holiday guide – based on your favourite Christmas songs…
Making a positive difference for Syria’s refugee children
As a global airline, we fly thousands of passengers around the world daily, but rather than just land and take-off again, why not also fly to help those in desperate situations? In partnership with UNICEF, we did just that.
Serving the Start-up Cities – Berlin a base for business
As Norwegian, you might overlook the fact we fly from the UK to 34 destinations around the world – most of which aren’t in Scandinavia! For the ambitious, cutting edge entrepreneurs and small businesspeople, we also serve the world’s most renowned startup cities including New York, Berlin, and Boston from May 2016.
Let yourself Puerto Ri-Go!
This week Norwegian launched the UK’s only direct flights to Puerto Rico – opening up the home of salsa dancing and pina coladas for the first time in almost a decade. So what can Brits expect from this unique Caribbean – American island?
New blog: A greener fleet – why low-cost travel can also mean lower emission flights
At Norwegian, our aim is to make aviation carbon neutral by 2050. Having one of the youngest, most environmentally friendly fleets in the world with an average age of just four years is key to this environmental approach.
We take pride in being a low-cost airline because we believe that everyone should be able to fly. But low-cost does not only mean affordable fares, it also means comfortable a