Fly Norwegian Air- The largest airline in Scandinavia!
Trading as Norwegian, Norwegian Air Shuttle is a Norwegian low-cost airline and the largest airline in Norway and Scandinavia. Behind easyJet and Ryanair, Norwegian is the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe. The airline is headquartered in "Diamanten" Fornebu, Norway. Norwegian has its operational bases at Alicante, Barcelona, Bergen, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Gothenburg, Helsinki, London–Gatwick, Los Angeles, Madrid, Malaga, New York–JFK, Oslo–Gardermoen, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, Stavanger, Stockholm–Arlanda, and Trondheim. The subsidiaries of the airline are Norwegian Air Argentina, Norwegian Air International, Norwegian Air Sweden, Norwegian Air UK, and Norwegian Long Haul. The airline boasts a fleet of 58 aircraft (excluding subsidiaries) and 163 aircrafts (including subsidiaries). Norwegian Air flights are operated to a plethora of destinations around the world including Los Angeles, Manchester, London, New York City, Madrid, and more.
- The personnel employed at the booking counter, check-in desk and in-flight crew are service minded, who make the experience with Norwegian Air a hassle free one.
- Passengers are free to use the on-board wi-fi through various devices including mobiles, laptops and tablets.
- Safety of operations have been the highest priority throughout the organization. The crew members apart from the maintenance personnel and handling agents adhere to strict maintenance norms in accordance with international standards. Regular flight safety drills, perform checks, hazard management and analysis is conducted and irregularities are reported to the company's flight safety department
- Passengers on Norwegian Air are allowed to carry an extra baggage, which is a service not directly related to the cost of the ticket.
- Coffee, tea, snacks and meals are offered at a snack station within the aircraft at a small additional fee.
- Televisions are mounted on the panel above for the passengers to enjoy audio or video entertainment programs in course of the flight.