To build up excitement around its new routes to the US from the UK and Ireland, Norwegian shares its top picks of US East Coast …
Norwegian has selected a pioneering woman in aviation as its next British tail fin hero.
Norwegian describes 2017 as “its biggest year ever” detailing plans to add new aircraft to its fleet, exclusive new routes, and lower fares on direct low-cost transatlantic services.
Christmas time is a busy time for holiday bookings in the UK.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) reports that six and a half million people will book new getaways before the clock chimes twelve on 2016.
While it waits for a determination on its contentious transatlantic routes, low-cost airline Norwegian continues to expand its services from the UK with the introduction this week of two new routes from London Gatwick to Keflavik, Iceland and Rovaniemi, Finland.
Norwegian has issued a letter to Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc, thanking her for her actions thus far intervening in the matter of delayed USDOT approvals for NAI and NUK, the airline group says U.S. Congressman Peter DeFazio earned over $882,000 from the unions oposing approval of NAIâ€™s transatlantic operations, citing â€œpublically available information.â€
Norwegian has partnered with BLOC Hotel Gatwick giving the airlineâ€™s loyalty program members an opportunity to save costs on flights with hotel stays.
Norwegian says it expects to set British summer records with more than 1.3 million passengers on its 560 low-cost flights per week to America and on European routes.
The airline is now the third-largest carrier serving Gatwick and also flies out of Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh.
Norwegian (NAS) has reported a doubling of profits in the second quarter of 2016 compared to the same period last year.