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Norwegian reports strong results in the second quarter 2023
Norwegian delivered an operating profit (EBIT) of NOK 651 million in the second quarter, which was characterised by strong operational performance amidst ramping-up into the busy summer travel season. Furthermore, Norwegian and Strawberry’s new loyalty company today announced that Avida has been selected as the preferred financial partner.
Norwegian announces agreement to acquire Widerøe
Norwegian has entered into an agreement with WF Holding AS to acquire Widerøe, the major regional carrier in Norway. The agreement will provide customers with a broader route network and more choices. It will also contribute to securing local jobs in Norway. Widerøe will continue to exist as a separate company with its own brand, organisation and headquarters in Bodø.
Norwegian and Strawberry to establish shared “currency” for loyalty programmes
Norwegian and Strawberry are to establish a joint company that will provide a wider selection of services to the members of the companies’ respective loyalty programmes. The company will create a common loyalty currency and a platform where members can earn and use loyalty points across different programmes. The entity will be jointly owned by Norwegian and Strawberry, each retaining an equal owne
Norwegian limits loss in low season – prepares for historically strong summer
Norwegian has reported its results for the first quarter of 2023. The figures demonstrate Norwegian's ability to reduce capacity in the quieter winter period before ramping up towards the end of the quarter with the start of the summer programme. With strong booking numbers that continue to be encouraging, Norwegian prepares for what is expected to be one of the company’s strongest summers ever.
Norwegian Reward wins international award for best loyalty programme
Norwegian’s loyalty programme, Norwegian Reward, has been named the best loyalty programme at the prestigious Freddie Awards. Norwegian also received an award in the categories Best Promotion and Best Customer Service. The Freddie Awards are among the travel industry’s most internationally acclaimed awards.
Norwegian partners with Norsk e-Fuel to build new e-fuel plant in Norway
Norwegian has announced a landmark partnership with Norsk e-Fuel to build the world’s first full scale e-fuel plant in Mosjøen, Norway. The plant will produce sustainable aviation fuels (SAF), marking an important milestone towards Norwegian's target of 45 percent emissions reduction by 2030.
Norwegian signs agreement to improve onboard WiFi service
Norwegian renews its partnership with Anuvu making it the first airline outside of North America that will launch Anuvu’s cutting-edge high-speed WiFi technology. The partnership will pave the way for stable, fast and reliable WiFi onboard that will improve Norwegian’s customer experience in the years to come.
Norwegian Reward to be relaunched
The Norwegian Reward loyalty programme is getting a new look and with this comes new benefits. During springtime, several extra benefits for the most frequent flyers will be introduced.
Norwegian reports an operating profit (EBIT) of NOK 1,502 million for 2022
Norwegian has reported its results for the fourth quarter of 2022 and the preliminary full-year results for 2022. For the full-year of 2022, Norwegian delivered an operating profit (EBIT) of NOK 1,502 million. The airline limits losses before tax (EBT) to NOK 80 million in a quarter characterised by seasonally softer demand, demonstrating Norwegian's ability to adjust capacity and conserve liquidi
Norwegian to lease six Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft
Norwegian has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Air Lease Corporation (ALC) to lease six Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft which are in addition to the three 737 MAX 8 aircraft which Norwegian previously agreed to lease from ALC of which one has already been delivered to Norwegian. The aircraft are to be delivered in short time to Norwegian, in good time ahead of the summer 2023 season.
Norwegian had 1.3 million passengers in December – domestic Christmas travels on par with 2019
In December, Norwegian had more than 1.3 million passengers, an increase of 41 percent compared to December 2021. During 2022 Norwegian had 18 million passengers. Solid operations during the holiday travel season concluded a positive year marked by a tripling of passenger numbers, a return of high demand for air travel and continued positive booking trends.
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Norwegian increases company score in CDP global climate ranking
Norwegian has received the best possible score for its emission reduction initiatives as part of the company’s ranking through this year’s CDP global climate ranking. The score is made up of results in several categories with Norwegian receiving an overall B-, and is an important acknowledgement of the company’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions.
Norwegian received an overall B- in CDP's glob
Norwegian had 1.4 million passengers in November – solid demand for air travel continues
In November, Norwegian had 1.4 million passengers, an increase of 37 percent compared to November last year. The load factor was 79.5 percent and routes to beach destinations in Southern Europe were particularly popular with a load factor of close to 90 percent from Norway.
Norwegian extends validity of CashPoints
Norwegian is extending the validity of CashPoints to those passengers who chose to be awarded these as a refund for cancelled flights during the pandemic in 2020. Passengers now have until the end of 2023 to spend these CashPoints.
Norwegian delivers solid results in busy travel season – business travellers returning
Norwegian reported its results today for the third quarter of 2022. The figures demonstrate Norwegian’s ability to deliver robust financial results and strong operations in the busiest travel season of the year. Business travel has picked up after the summer, and travellers in this segment are now back to 2019 levels on the most popular domestic routes in Norway.
Norwegian delivered profit before tax of NOK 1,248 million in the second quarter 2022
Norwegian today reported its results for the second quarter and first half of 2022, characterised by increasing demand for air travel, higher fuel prices and gain from aircraft order. The figures demonstrate Norwegian’s ability to increase capacity for the busy summer travel season and deliver robust operational performance.
Norwegian with strong passenger growth in July
Norwegian had over 2.2 million passengers in July, the highest number since the outbreak of the pandemic. Norwegian operated 99.7 percent of its scheduled flights with a load factor of close to 95 percent, the highest in several years.
Norwegian & Norse Atlantic Airways agree closer cooperation
Norwegian Air Shuttle and Norse Atlantic Airways have entered into an agreement that will allow customers to purchase tickets with connecting flights on both airlines in one transaction.
Norwegian and Widerøe enter into close cooperation agreement
Norwegian and Widerøe signed a letter of intent today that will see the two airlines closely cooperate in a number of areas in the future. This means, among other initiatives, the two companies will cooperate on tickets sales, enabling passengers to seamlessly travel the entire route network of both airlines under a interline agreement.