Categories: corporate responsibilities
Norwegian’s passengers have donated £500,000 to UNICEF
Norwegian’s passengers have donated £500,000 / € 680,000 to UNICEF’s work for vulnerable children when booking flights online.
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.
Norwegian and UNICEF’s emergency aid flight is now airborne and on its way to Jordan
Today, Norwegian and UNICEF have sent an aircraft fully loaded with school supplies and emergency aid to Jordan to help Syrian refugee children. The aircraft is now on its way from Copenhagen to Amman in Jordan as part of Norwegian and UNICEF Norway’s efforts to help some of the two million Syrian refugee children.
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
Norwegian’s passengers donate more than £130,000 to UNICEF
- Still time for UK passengers to donate to “Help us fill a plane!” initiative ahead of emergency aid flight to Syria
Norwegian and UNICEF to fly emergency aid to Syrian refugees
- Norwegian launches “Help us fill a plane!” website to encourage UK passengers to make a donation to emergency flight
Norwegian’s passengers donate more than £40,000 to UNICEF in first month of new online initiative
As low-cost airline Norwegian continues its busiest ever summer in the UK, passengers have been in generous mood by donating more than £40,000 to UNICEF’s work for children all over the world.
Norwegian to acquire three new Dreamliners
Norwegian has signed an agreement for the right to purchase three Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners. The company has previously entered into an agreement to lease two aircraft of the same type, bringing the total number of such aircraft on order up to five. The Dreamliner is an aircraft for the future, featuring unprecedented passenger comfort, low operating costs and reduced emissions.