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Corporate responsibility

Norwegian is committed to operating in accordance with responsible, ethical, sustainable and sound business principles, with respect for people and the environment.

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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

    “The children are the future and we should do everything we can to make the world a better place for the ones who need it the most,” says Norwegian’s CEO Bjørn Kjos. That is why Norwegian has a collaboration with UNICEF, the United Nation’s Children Fund. 

  • 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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