Norwegian Air Shuttle, stylized as Norwegian Air, is the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe and the sixth largest low-cost airline in the world. With its headquarters in Norway, Norwegian Air operates 416 routes to 126 destinations in 35 countries in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. It also operates an extensive domestic network within Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland.
Norwegian Air’s fleet consists of 52 aircraft, out of which, the short-haul fleet consists of aircraft with a single Economy Class cabin and the long-haul planes offer both Premium Economy Class and Economy Class cabins. The airline has nearly 20 operating bases all over the globe, the largest one being at Oslo Airport (OSL) in Gardermoen.
Advantages of choosing Norwegian Air
Norwegian Airlines allows passengers to carry 1 carry-on bag along with one small personal item in the cabin free of charge.
For checked baggage, all flights (excluding long haul) no bags are included for LowFare, 1 bag of up to 20kg for LowFare + Flex Fare.
For International flights, no bags are included for LowFare, 1 checked bag of 20kg is allowed for LowFare+ and for Flex, Premium, and PremiumFlex 2 bags of 20 kgs.
Frequent Flyer Program
For the regular travelers, Norwegian Air operates a frequent flyer program called Norwegian Reward which allows passengers to earn CashPoints every time they fly, stay at a hotel or drive a rental car. The benefits of Norwegian Rewards are:
The prices were really cheap and every extra additional cost was mentioned in the same page. Totally impressed with the transparency.
I didn’t mind paying extra for extra comfort in the flight and got exactly the seat that I booked for myself.
The process was really smooth. Happy to see how dedicated and professional the staff was.
The people on the phone were extremely helpful and never showed a sign of frustration over my never-ending questions.