PRESS RELEASE: Norwegian’s new transatlantic routes to include U.S Preclearance for passengers flying from Dublin and Shannon Norwegian also confirms details of new shuttle service to transfer passengers from Stewart International Airport into the heart of New York City Norwegian […]
Norwegian’s Argentina Plans Take Shape as Board of Directors Approves Hiring of Staff and Route Expansion. Today the Norwegian Group Board of Directors approved the launch of Norwegian Air Argentina’s plans of operation. The commencement of routes is dependent on […]
Following approval by the USDOT of the application for its Irish carrier, Norwegian Air International (NAI) to serve U.S. cities, Norwegian Group has announced that it will open two additional pilot and crew bases in the U.S. next year.
We know President-elect Trump will be busy in those first 30 days as POTUS, but we’ll soon find out whether he’s too busy to tackle the complexities of aviation.
[UPDATED: formal statement from ALPA was added below, as well as a reply from the USDOT.] Norwegian Air Service is hiring American pilots to support its U.S. operations. But will this be the final detail the airline needs to overcome challenges […]
Norwegian reports that it carried almost 2.8 million passengers in September, which is an increase of 14 percent compared to the same month last year.
Norwegian has announced that beloved author Roald Dahl will become the airline’s first ever British ‘tail fin hero’. The announcement comes as the world celebrates ‘Roald Dahl Day’ marking his 100th birthday. Born in Cardiff, Dahl was of Norwegian descent. The new Roald […]
Two influential Swedish women now grace the tail of Norwegian planes: author and feminist Fredrika Bremer, and artist and designer Karin Larsson.
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€