The Norwegian Group consists of the parent company, Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, and its directly or indirectly owned subsidiaries in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Spain, United Kingdom and Singapore.
The Group has organized its operations and different functions into several entities to ensure international growth and necessary traffic rights in line with the strategy. The goal is to build an organizational structure that maintains Norwegian’s flexibility and adaptability when growing and entering into new markets. The respective companies offer permanent employment, and terms and conditions according to local markets, laws and regulations. Norwegian has four main business areas: People and Services, Aircraft Operations, which includes our various Air Operator’s Certificates (AOCs), Assets and Financing, and Other activities (including Brand and Norwegian Reward).
People and Services
Norwegian Group’s crew, airline and crew support and administrative functions are mainly organized within or through companies in the business area People and Services, and provide services across the Group’s business areas.mpany of the group. The head office is at Fornebu outside Oslo.
The Group´s commercial airline activities are today organized in the parent company Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (NAS) based in Fornebu, Norway. The fully owned subsidiaries, Norwegian Air International Ltd. (NAI) based in Dublin, Ireland, Norwegian
UK (NUK) based in London, United Kingdom and Norwegian Air Norway AS (NAN) based in Fornebu, Norway, each hold an
AOC in their respective locations. Norwegian's commercial airline activities are operated through 23 bases globally in the following geographical locations: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, United Kingdom, Spain, Thailand, United States, Italy
and French Caribbean.
Asset and Financing
The Group´s asset companies are organized in a group of subsidiaries based in Dublin, Ireland. Arctic Aviation Asset Ltd. is the
parent company. The business area handles aircraft financing, leases and ownership.
Other business areas
Norwegian Brand Ltd. (Dublin, Ireland) has the responsibility of developing and maintaining the Norwegian Group’s brand
across all business areas.
Norwegian Reward, Norwegian’s loyalty program, is a separate business unit with its own management. Reward is growing
rapidly – it surpassed five million members in 2016 – and has a presence in the airline’s major markets. Members earn CashPoints when booking Norwegian flights and buying products or services from partner companies. Reward members can then use those CashPoints as full or partial payment on all Norwegian flights or other products and services without restrictions, such as seat reservations.
Norwegian Cargo AS (Fornebu, Norway) is carrying out the Group’s commercial cargo activities.
Norwegian Holidays AS (Fornebu, Norway) provides holiday packages to customers in the end market through the Group’s