Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, commercially branded "Norwegian", is the first low-cost carrier to fly non-stop between the US and Scandinavia.
Norwegian will offer a fleet of the most efficient and modern long-haul aircraft in the market. With the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, Norwegian will operate the newest generation of long haul aircraft, especially designed to meet the passengers' demand for better comfort and more eco-friendly transportation. The aircraft type, which is the most cost efficient in its class, provides Norwegian with a strong competitive advantage and the passengers with low fares to distant destinations outside Europe. Visit our Dreamliner showroom here.
Norwegian is the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe and is noted on the Oslo Stock Exchange. With competitive prices and customer-friendly solutions and service, the company has experienced significant growth in recent years. In the beginning of 2012, Norwegian signed the largest ever agreement in European aviation history; an order that includes 122 aircraft from Boeing and 100 aircraft from Airbus. Read more about the order here.
17.7 million passengers flew with the airline in 2012. Norwegian has approximately 2,500 employees with operational bases throughout the Nordic countries and is rapidly expanding further into Europe.
Norwegian will begin its long-haul operations in 2013 with the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. The launch routes from New York to Norway’s capital Oslo and Sweden’s capital Stockholm enable travellers from the United States to take advantage of Norwegian’s vast route network; today, the airline operates 359 routes to 121 destinations that stretch across Europe into North Africa and the Middle East.