Categories: traffic figures
The Norwegian Group had 1.4 million passengers in January
In January, Norwegian Air Shuttle had 1,138,621 passengers, while Widerøe had 246,326 passengers. This means that the Norwegian Group had 1,384,947 passengers in total. Norwegian increased its load factor to 83.1 percent in January, up 5 percentage points compared to the same period last year.
Norwegian with 1.3 million passengers in December
In December, Norwegian had more than 1.3 million passengers and recorded a strong load factor of 83.6%, 6 percentage points higher than December 2022. Throughout 2023, Norwegian carried over 20 million passengers, a 16 percent increase from the previous year.
Norwegian increased both load factor and regularity in November
Norwegian had 1.3 million passengers and a load factor of 82.3 percent in November. Norwegian is still experiencing robust demand for air travel. Regularity was record-high with 99.9 percent of all scheduled flights taking place.
Norwegian welcomed more than 2 million passengers in October
Norwegian had 2.1 million passengers and a load factor of 86.1 percent in October. Air travel demand was particularly high during the Nordic autumn holidays when many travellers flew to destinations across Europe. Regularity was high with 99.4 percent of all scheduled flights taking place.
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 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.
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.
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 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.
Norwegian with strong start to summer programme
Norwegian had 1.7 million passengers and a load factor of 83 per cent in April. Norwegian is heading into the busy spring and summer season with a continued strong booking momentum. The airline is expecting one of the strongest summers in its history.
Norwegian with sound traffic figures ahead of summer programme
Norwegian had 1.5 million passengers and a load factor of 81 percent in March. The first month of spring marks the return of the summer schedule with a considerable increase in capacity. In the meantime, Norwegian continues to experience strong booking momentum, far above the booking levels seen this time last year.
Norwegian delivers strong traffic figures in February
Norwegian had 1.2 million passengers and a load factor of 84 percent in February. The airline experienced high demand for winter holiday travels and is currently preparing to welcome both corporate and leisure passengers as it ramps up capacity when moving from the winter to summer schedule.
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 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 had 1,9 million passengers in October – strong demand for autumn holiday travel
In October, Norwegian had 1.9 million passengers and delivered a load factor of 86 percent. October proved to be an active month for travels, both on domestic routes and to popular beach destinations.
Norwegian carried 1.9 million passengers in September – corporate travellers returning
In September, Norwegian had 1.9 million passengers and delivered a load factor above 85 percent.
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.
The highest number of passengers since the outbreak of the pandemic
Norwegian’s traffic figures for June show that Norwegian had 1,937,318 passengers, an increase of 19 percent compared to the previous month and the highest number since the outbreak of the pandemic.
Continued passenger growth at Norwegian
Norwegian's traffic figures for May showed that Norwegian had 1.6 million passengers, an increase of 16 percent compared to the previous month.
Norwegian limits losses and protects cash position in the first quarter
Today, Norwegian reported its first quarter results of 2022. The results in the seasonally weakest quarter of the year were also impacted by the omicron virus and the war in Ukraine, resulting in an operating loss (EBIT) of NOK 849 million.