The pilot strike continues Friday – almost all domestic flights in Scandinavia are cancelled tomorrow
Press Releases • Mar 05, 2015 19:44 GMT
Norwegian’s passengers will again be affected by the pilot strike. Tomorrow, Friday, nearly 35,000 passengers will be affected. Almost all domestic flights in Norway, Sweden and Denmark will be cancelled due to the strike. This also applies to flights between the Scandinavian capitals.
Press Releases • Mar 05, 2015 12:57 GMT
Norwegian will soon experience its seventh day of pilot strike - it's a state of emergency throughout the whole company. Enough is enough. Over 100,000 passengers have already been affected by the pilot strike.
Press Releases • Mar 05, 2015 07:00 GMT
Norwegian carried more than 1.6 million passengers in February 2015, an increase of seven percent compared to the same month last year. The load factor was 84.8 percent in February, up 5.5 percentage points.
More than 35,0000 customers will be affected by the pilot strike in Norwegian Air Norway (NAN) tomorrow
Press Releases • Mar 04, 2015 21:37 GMT
All the domestic flights in Norway will be cancelled tomorrow, Thursday, due to the pilot strike in Norwegian Air Norway (NAN). In Sweden and Denmark, the strike will affect some of the domestic flights, while most of the flights between the Scandinavian capitals will be cancelled. The flights between Scandinavia and USA, and Scandinavia and Thailand will not be affected by the pilot strike.
Press Releases • Mar 03, 2015 21:00 GMT
More than 35,000 customers in Scandinavia will tomorrow be affected by the pilot strike at Norwegian. Ever since the weekend, Norwegian’s management has been trying to get a solution with Norwegian Pilot Union (NPU) and the union Parat to prevent that even more passengers are affected, without success.
Press Releases • Feb 28, 2015 09:41 GMT
Norwegian regrets to inform that it was not possible to reach an agreement in the mediation between Norwegian’s subsidiary Norwegian Air Norway (NAN) and Norwegian Pilot Union (NPU). Norwegian’s goal is still to operate all flights on Saturday and Sunday as planned, as only a limited number of pilots are on strike this weekend.
Press Releases • Feb 18, 2015 13:56 GMT
Norwegian’s U.S. based flight attendants have delivered letters to the Obama Administration urging the “swift approval” of the foreign air carrier permit application submitted by Norwegian’s affiliate, Norwegian Air International (NAI), an application that has been pending for over a year. More than 300 U.S. flight attendants work for Norwegian at their crew bases in New York and Fort Lauderdale.
Press Releases • Feb 12, 2015 06:10 GMT
Norwegian’s 2014 results are characterized by strong revenue and capacity growth as well as major investments for future expansion. Fuel hedging for 2015 for the amount of 459 MNOK was a considerable cost in 2014. Consequently, major costs for 2015 have already been covered. The company reported a net profit of -1,050 MNOK compared to 322 MNOK in 2013.
Press Releases • Feb 10, 2015 09:35 GMT
Norwegian continues its cooperation with several big tour operators by entering new agreements with TUI, Thomas Cook and Nazar. The agreements mean that Norwegian will fly charter passengers to several destinations in the Mediterranean. The agreements are worth over 400 million NOK and include almost 2,000 flights.
Press Releases • Feb 05, 2015 07:00 GMT
Norwegian continues to grow in all markets. Norwegian carried more than 1.6 million passengers in January 2015, an increase of five percent compared to January last year. The load factor was 80 percent in January, up 5.2 percentage points.
Press Releases • Feb 03, 2015 10:36 GMT
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA will release its fourth quarter results on Thursday 12th February 2015.
Norwegian reports December traffic figures: Carried 24 million passengers in 2014 and 130 million passengers since its first flight
Press Releases • Jan 07, 2015 07:06 GMT
Norwegian reported its highest ever passenger figures in a single year with almost 24 million passengers in 2014, an increase of three million compared to 2013. Since the company’s first flight in 2002, 130 million passengers have traveled with Norwegian.
Press Releases • Dec 15, 2014 07:49 GMT
Norwegian wants equal conditions of competition in the Scandinavian aviation market and has therefore submitted a formal complaint regarding unlawful differential treatment in favour of SAS to the European Commission and ESA (EFTA Surveillance Authority).
Press Releases • Dec 11, 2014 10:04 GMT
Norwegian continues to expand its route network in the UK and will for the first time offer non-stop service from Birmingham to Madrid, Barcelona and Malaga. The airline also adds Malaga as a new destination from Edinburgh.
Press Releases • Dec 04, 2014 17:20 GMT
Norwegian has once again been voted “Europe's best low-cost airline” - this time by AirlineRatings.com. The jury praises Norwegian’s ability to offer its passengers an innovative quality product and new routes at low fares. This is the second year running that Norwegian is awarded this international title by AirlineRatings.com.
Press Releases • Dec 04, 2014 07:15 GMT
Norwegian reports a traffic growth of 21 percent in November. The company carried more than 1.7 million passengers this month. The load factor was 79 percent, up 2.8 percentage points from the same month previous year.
Bjørn Kjos in the US: “We do what Obama wants – we create jobs for Americans and offer Americans cheap flights”
Press Releases • Nov 20, 2014 13:15 GMT
Today, Norwegian's CEO Bjørn Kjos will call on the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to once and for all approve the application for a foreign air carrier permit for the company’s Irish subsidiary Norwegian Air International (NAI) in a speech in Washington D.C.
Press Releases • Nov 12, 2014 12:40 GMT
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA has successfully completed a new secured bond issue of NOK 225 million with maturity date in November 2017.
Press Releases • Nov 11, 2014 15:47 GMT
Today, Norwegian is proud to carry out its first ever flight with biofuel. Norwegian’s flight DY631 from Bergen to Oslo took off this afternoon with almost 50 percent biofuel; a flight that emits over 40 percent less than an average flight with regular fuel.