Norwegian Passenger Numbers Show Continued Increase As Demand Strengthens
Norwegian’s traffic figures for September show a continued increase in the number of passengers as demand strengthens across our network. Traditional booking patterns are beginning to return and we are seeing more people planning ahead and booking to travel to our popular city break and winter sun destinations.
Norwegian to present the third quarter interim report
Norwegian will release the financial results for the third quarter of 2021 on Thursday 28 October 2021. The report and presentation will be made available at 7:00 AM (CET) at norwegian.com and newsweb.no.
The Company will present the results at 8.30 AM (CET) at Felix Conference Center, Bryggetorget 3, Aker Brygge, Oslo. The presentation will be held by CEO Geir Karlsen.
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Norwegian appoints new EVP Network, Pricing & Optimisation
Mr. Magnus Thome Maursund will take up the position of EVP Network, Pricing & Optimisation on October 1st. He has held several managerial positions in Norwegian for more than a decade.
Easing of travel restrictions makes Scandinavia the perfect autumn and winter destination thanks to Norwegian
Following the recent government announcement to allow fully vaccinated passengers travelling to England to replace day 2 PCR tests with cheaper lateral flow tests, from the end of October, and no longer need to take pre-departure tests, travel to Scandinavia this autumn and winter is now easier and even more affordable thanks to Norwegian.
Travellers wishing to reunite with friends and family o
Norwegian Passenger Numbers Continue To Increase In August
Norwegian's traffic figures for August show a continued increase in the number of passengers. The number of future bookings has also continued to increase in line with Norwegian's expanding route network as more people are fully vaccinated and EU / EEA countries accept international COVID certificates for travel.
Norwegian second quarter results: Positive effect of completed reconstruction process and steady uplift of demand
Norwegian today reported its second quarter results and published the H1 2021 financial report. The results continued to be impacted by COVID-19 and travel restrictions in all markets. However, following the successful completion of the reconstruction process and the subsequent NOK 6 billion equity raise, the company is now well positioned for future growth.
Norwegian Releases Summer 2022 Schedule - Connecting the UK and Ireland to Scandinavia with 142 weekly flights
Norwegian will continue to increase flights between the UK and Ireland to destinations across Scandinavia as the airline releases the summer 2022 flying programme. All flights are now available to book offering a wide range of destinations from London, Edinburgh, Manchester and Dublin.
July Traffic Results: Increased passenger demand
Norwegian's traffic figures for July shows a continued increase in the number of passengers. Demand is driven by ease in travel restrictions, in addition to a higher level of the population being vaccinated. In July, Norwegian operated 33 aircraft, which is approx. 50 percent more than the previous month.
June Traffic Results: Continued Positive Trend In Passenger Demand
Norwegian's traffic figures for June continue to be heavily influenced by travel restrictions and therefore low demand. However, forward bookings and demand continue to show a positive increase as a greater number of markets unlock and ease restrictions. In July, the number of aircraft and routes will gradually increase.
Norwegian trials Amadeus document verification technology to create a smoother passenger journey
Amadeus’ Traveler ID brings speed and clarity to the self-service check-in process by enabling the verification of health documentation
Geir Karlsen appointed new CEO of Norwegian
Geir Karlsen has been appointed new CEO of Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA ("Norwegian"). Karlsen succeeds Jacob Schram. The appointment will be effective June 21st 2021.
Traffic results for May show signs of positive trend
Norwegian's traffic figures for May continue to be affected by international travel restrictions and therefore low demand. However, passenger numbers have shown a noticeable increase in volume in line with vaccination roll outs and changes to entry restrictions and quarantine regulations.