Norwegian had more than 2 million passengers in September
In September, Norwegian had a passenger count of more than 2 million passengers. The regularity was 99.7 percent, the highest level since the pandemic.
Norwegian launches new routes and tickets for next summer
Today, Norwegian releases tickets for the summer 2024 programme. A total of 279 routes are now available and bookable for next year’s spring and summer season. Norwegian also launches new routes from Tromsø to Berlin, Paris and Bergamo/Milano. In addition, more destinations for next summer will be added during the autumn.
Norwegian welcomed 2.1 million passengers in August
Norwegian had 2.1 million passengers and a load factor of 85.2 percent in August. Regularity was particularly high with 99.6 percent of all scheduled flights taking place. During challenging circumstances, such as the high winds and floods caused by Storm Hans in Southern Norway, as well as the air traffic troubles in the UK, Norwegian made sure travellers reached their destinations smoothly.
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.
Historically strong July for Norwegian
In July, Norwegian had 2.3 million passengers. The load factor was 92.4 per cent. Capacity was at its peak for the current year and 12 per cent higher than July last year. Continued bookings throughout the month made by travel hungry Nordic customers contributed to making this a historically strong July.
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.
Highest number of passengers so far this year for Norwegian
Norwegian surpassed 2 million passengers in June which equals the highest number of passengers since July 2022. The load factor was 86 percent. Booking numbers for the summer are positive, as is the outlook for air travel demand in August and September.
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 meets strong demand for holiday travels in May
Norwegian had 1.9 million passengers and a load factor of 84 percent in May. On routes to popular holiday destinations, the load factor was 90 percent. The airline is well prepared to welcome passengers in what is expected to be a busy summer season.
Affordable holidays in Norway
Thanks to the weaker Norwegian currency, there has never been a more affordable time to explore Norway. This spectacular Scandinavian country offers jaw-dropping scenic views and a huge range of attractions and activities to suit every interest and age – so why not plan your next holiday in Norway? Norwegian suggests some ideas for a fantastic holiday in Norway.
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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.