Corporate responsibility

Norwegian’s corporate responsibility strategy is primarily based on how Norwegian as an airline can contribute to less pollution and emissions by flying new and fuel efficient aircraft.

Coltsfoot and Norwegian airplane

Our Codes of Ethics give directions for a good working environment and highlights the Group’s guidelines for human rights, prevention of corruption, employee rights and safety for all – both our customers and employees. Norwegian has a dedicated corporate cooperation with UNICEF because of the organization’s overall focus on children’s rights.

  • Environment

    Norwegian is committed to actively engage in and support sustainable environmental policy, and to continue to reduce emissions from aviation.

  • Partnership with UNICEF

    Together with UNICEF we work to promote childrens’ rights. UNICEF’s strong record on this area was the reason we signed a Signature Partnership with the organisation.

  • Human worth

    Everyone at Norwegian has a joint responsibility to create a good working environment and develop a sound corporate culture marked by openness and tolerance. 

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