Connections with Norwegian flights
Many of our passengers choose to travel on a number of consecutive legs with Norwegian in order to reach their final destination.
If you choose to purchase consecutive flights under separate reservations (intended as a connection), we require a transit time of at least 120 minutes. If you do leave a gap of at least 120 minutes between arrival and new departure and miss your connecting flight because of circumstances for which Norwegian can be held responsible, contact our Customer Centre and we will do our utmost to book you a seat on a later Norwegian departure on which there are available seats. This is providing there are seats available on the flight in question.
Two consecutive flights (intended as a connection) without 120 minutes transit time, is purchased at your own risk.
Norwegian’s connecting flights (2 consecutive flights under the one reservation) are only available to certain destinations. A small service charge will apply.
Conditions for Norwegian’s connecting flights – click here.
NOTE: Norwegian does not generally take responsibility for connecting flights, not even between the airline’s own flights, unless we are liable for compensation in the event of a delay (See Article 10 in Norwegian’s General Conditions of Carriage).
Connections with alternative airlines or other means of transport
Norwegian is not responsible for onward connections with other airlines or other means of transport unless Norwegian is liable for compensation if passengers miss their connecting flight in accordance with Section 10 in Norwegian’s General Conditions of Carriage.