Subjects: Air service
1.2 million passengers travelled with Norwegian in October
Norwegian’s traffic figures for October show a continued increase in the number of passengers and for the first time since the pandemic broke out more than one million passengers travelled with the company during a one month period. Demand has continued to respond well and our customers appreciate our direct flights to popular destinations in the Nordic countries and across Europe.
Norwegian Celebrates Milestone with 150th Boeing Aircraft Delivery in 10 years
Norwegian has celebrated taking delivery of its 150th aircraft from Boeing, a 787-9 Dreamliner adorned with the Jonathan Swift tailfin hero, a celebrated Irish author.
Experience the city that never sleeps in just one day with Norwegian
Airline offers double-daily flights to New York from £149 with launch of new early morning service
Traffic Figures August 2009
The total number of passengers flown in August 2009 was 1,007,623 compared to 857,136 last year, an increase of 150,487 passengers (18 %). Compared to the same period last year: - Total passenger traffic (RPK) increased by 9 % - Total capacity (ASK) increased by 7 % - The load factor was 81 %, up 2 p.p.
Traffic Figures July 2009
The total number of passengers flown in July 2009 was 1,048,684 compared to 900,983 last year, an increase of 147,701 passengers (16 %).
Compared to the same period last year:
- Total passenger traffic (RPK) increased by 10 %
- Total capacity (ASK) increased by 9 %
- The load factor was 88 %, up 1 p.p.
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New milestone for Norwegian- exceeded 1 million passengers in July
The total number of passengers flown in July was just under 1 050 000, an increase of approximately 150 000 passengers or 16 per cent compared to July 2008. July is thus the third consecutive month that Norwegian has witnessed record passenger numbers.
"The positive traffic development which we experienced during the first half of 2009 continues into the second half at full speed. Surpassing on
The net result improved by MNOK 101 in Q1 2008
More than 2.1 million passengers chose to travel with Norwegian in the first quarter of 2009 - an increase of close to 108,000 passengers compared to last year. The turnover was BNOK 1.4, an increase of 27 percent. The net result was MNOK -110 which is significantly better than last year. The seasonal variations in the aviation industry always hamper profitability in the first quarter.
Strong passenger growth for Norwegian
The total number of passengers flown in March was 787 000, an increase of 9 per cent.
Norwegian’s 2008 results: 6.2 billion in revenues – 9.2 million passengers
Oslo/Fornebu 20 February 2009: Norwegian carried 9.2 million passengers in 2008 – an increase of 2.3 million compared to last year. The Group reported revenues of 6.2 billion in 2008 – nearly 50 per cent higher than the year before. In a challenging year with high fuel prices, CEO Bjørn Kjos is pleased with the company’s performance.
New Head of Corporate Communications in Norwegian
Anne-Sissel Skånvik has been appointed Senior Vice President Corporate Communications for Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA. Skånvik will be member of the Group Executive Management team and report to Chief Executive Officer Bjørn Kjos. Skånvik begins her new position 16 February 2009.
The passenger growth continues entering 2009
Oslo/Fornebu, 6 February 2009: A total of 648,302 passengers traveled with Norwegian in January, which is an increase of 5 percent compared to the equivalent period last year. The passenger traffic (RPK) for Norwegian.no increased by 20% and for Norwegian.se by 61%.
9,136,553 passengers flew with Norwegian in 2008
”We have experienced a significant growth of 32 percent for the Group in 2008. The domestic market share has increased in Norway, and is now well above 45 percent on some of the major routes. We have also improved our presence in the Scandinavian market. We are very satisfied with the passenger growth, and are looking forward to 2009 with excitement.