Norwegian update on capital raise
Norwegian has today updated the market on the forthcoming capital raise. The upper limit for raising capital has been increased to NOK 6 billion. The debt will be sharply reduced and in addition aircraft orders amounting to NOK 85 billion have been cancelled.
Norwegian's reconstruction in Norway receives court approval
The Oslo County Court, today approved Norwegian's reconstruction plan in Norway. Reaching this milestone means that both the group's reconstruction processes in Ireland and Norway have now been approved by the courts. The company will now prepare the process of raising new capital.
March traffic figures continue to be severely impacted
Norwegian’s traffic figures for March are impacted by weak demand as a result of international government travel restrictions across our key markets.
Norwegian’s reconstruction process in Ireland is approved. An important milestone also for the process in Norway
Norwegian’s reconstruction process in Ireland, called the Examinership, was today approved by the judge in the Irish High Court. Based on this decision, Norwegian will now send the same proposal for voting in Norway. Following this, the company will start the process of raising capital with the goal of a final resolution by the end of May.
Adrian Dunne appointed Executive Vice President Operations in Norwegian
Adrian Dunne will join Norwegian as the company’s new EVP Operations. Dunne has more than thirty years of experience as a leader within the aviation industry.
Norwegian’s restructuring scheme filed to the court
Today, Norwegian’s financial reconstruction plan was sent to its creditors and shareholders. If the plan is approved by the Irish and Norwegian courts in the coming weeks, the company can continue the reconstruction processes and initiate a capital raise in April, targeting completion in May 2021.
Norwegian’s February traffic figures strongly impacted by COVID-19
Norwegian’s traffic figures for February are strongly influenced by lower demand caused by continued travel restrictions across Europe.
Norwegian’s fourth quarter results are heavily impacted by COVID-19 and travel restrictions
Norwegian today reported its fourth quarter results. As expected, the results were heavily impacted by COVID-19 and travel restrictions in all markets.
Norwegian presents update of indicative plan for exit from Irish examinership and Norwegian reconstruction processes
The Company is working with the Examiner and the Reconstructor with a view to commencing the legal steps required to implement the proposed Restructuring, including the issuance of a scheme of arrangement by the Examiner as soon as possible, with a view to the Capital Raise commencing in late March/early April, with the subscription period in mid-April and target closing end of April.
COVID-19 heavily influences Norwegian’s January traffic figures
Norwegian’s traffic figures for January are heavily influenced by lower demand caused by continued travel restrictions across Europe.
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (NAS) - Presentation for creditors
Norwegian Air Shuttle has today published an updated presentation. The presentation is available at; https://newsweb.oslobors.no/message/523220Kind RegardsTore ØstbyEVP Strategic Development and IR, Norwegian Air Shuttle ASAE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgOksenøyveien 3, 1330 Fornebu, NorwayVisit norwegian.com and follow us on Facebook.
Norwegian appreciates support from the Norwegian Government
Norwegian is pleased to announce that the government of Norway has decided to support and contribute to the airline’s funding of new capital, pending certain conditions. This move significantly increases Norwegian’s chances of working through the crisis caused by the pandemic and to position itself as a key player within Norwegian and European aviation.
Publication of listing prospectus
The NFSA has approved the Listing Prospectus which is available at the Company’s website, https://www.norwegian.no/om-oss/selskapet/investor-relations/. The Listing Prospectus has been prepared for the purpose of listing of the Perpetual Bonds and the Shares only, and no securities are being offered pursuant to the Listing Prospectus.
Norwegian to focus on a strong European network
Norwegian’s Board of Directors has today outlined a simplified business structure and dedicated short haul route network. With this plan, Norwegian can build a robust and solid company that will attract investors and continue to serve new and existing customers.
Norwegian’s traffic figures heavily impacted by COVID-19
Norwegian’s traffic figures for December are heavily influenced by lower demand caused by continued travel restrictions across Europe. However, Christmas bookings were positive.
Norwegian initiates reorganisation process in Norway
Norwegian has today filed for a reconstruction under Norwegian law. This process will coexist with the Irish Examinership process.
COVID-19 continues to impact Norwegian’s traffic figures
Norwegian’s traffic figures for November are heavily influenced by lower demand caused by continued travel restrictions across Europe. Christmas bookings look promising.
Norwegian initiates a reorganisation plan with its daughter companies Norwegian Air International and Arctic Aviation Assets seeking protection under Irish Examinership
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (“Norwegian”) has decided to initiate an examinership process in Ireland relating to its subsidiary Norwegian Air International Limited (NAI), its wholly-owned asset company Arctic Aviation Assets DAC (AAA) and some of AAA’s subsidiaries; Norwegian will also enter in and get protection of the Irish Examinership process as a related party.
Norwegian forced to furlough an additional 1,600 employees following the government’s decision not to give further support
Norwegian forced to furlough employees and reduce capacity considerably following the government’s decision to not support the company financially to get through the corona crisis while simultaneously imposing travel restrictions that actively discourage passengers from travelling. Norwegian needs to keep its running costs to a minimum, while the company continues to work on solutions to survive.
Norwegian is very disappointed about lack of government support
The government of Norway today announced that Norwegian will not receive further financial support, which Norwegian had clearly communicated was necessary to maintain operations throughout the Covid-19 crisis. The company is now facing a very uncertain future, but we will do everything in our power to get through this crisis and to continue doing what Norwegian has been doing for almost 20 years