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About Norwegian

Norwegian Air Shuttle is a low-cost carrier that uses the "Norwegian" brand name and is based in the capital city of Oslo, Norway. The airline offers a high-frequency domestic flight schedule within Scandinavia and Finland, and to business destinations such as London, as well as to holiday destinations in the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands.

Norwegian Air Shuttle was founded in 1993 and is the third largest low-cost carrier in Europe and operates over 400 routes to more than 130 destinations. Norwegian's fleet consists of 737s, A320s and 787-9 Dreamliners. Norwegian's fleet is easily recognisable due to its unique airline livery of 'tail fin heroes'. Each aircraft features a famous Scandinavian or British icon on the tail fin.

Norwegian flies to many destinations including Salzburg, Vienna, Sarajevo, Burgas, Varna, Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka, Prague, Aalborg, Billund, Copenhagen, Ronne, Karup, Tallinn, Helskini, Ivalo, Kittila, Oulu, Turku, Vaasa, Nice, Montpellier, Athens, Cephalonia, Chania, Heraklion, Corfu, Rhodes, Pointe-a-Pitre, and many others. Norwegian now also operates long-haul destinations including Bangkok, London, New York and Miami.

Norwegian now offers low-cost flights to 7 U.S. destinations from the UK – New York, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco Oakland, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Puerto Rico.



Norwegian Class Information

Norwegian offers two classes of seat: Economy, and Premium.

Norwegian Business Class

Norwegian offers Premium fares on all international long haul flights on its 787 Dreamliner.

Norwegian Business Class Facilities

Norwegian's Premium Fare passengers have lounge access at selected airports and are given Fast Track boarding (where available). Included in the Premium Fare are two checked bags weighing 20kg each, as well as complimentary seat reservation. Once onboard, Business Class passengers can enjoy a three course dinner as well as complimentary drinks.

What are Norwegian Business Class seats like?

In Norwegian's Premium Cabin passengers can sit back and relax in comfortable seats with a 109 to 117cm seat pitch, giving them up to 140cm of legroom.

Norwegian Economy Class

The airline Norwegian is a described as low-cost carrier. This means the ticket fares that are offered for Norwegian are low fares and therefore there isn't a division of classes, such as Economy Class. However, Norwegian's low fare tickets are offered as LowFare, LowFare+ and Flex.

International Norwegian long-haul flights offer Economy Cabin and Premium Cabin as these are flown on larger aircraft.

Norwegian Economy Class Facilities

The low fare tickets and Economy Class both provide comfort for the budget traveller, with entertainment and meals included in you are flying long-haul.

What are Norwegian Seats like?

Short-haul flights include WiFi, seat reservation and a selection of food and snacks for a small fee. If you are flying long-haul, onboard meals are provided, travel blanket and headsets for the in-flight entertainment. For LowFare+ and Flex, you need to purchase blankets and headsets on board for a fee. Norwegian Airlines Economy Class Seating Norwegian Airlines seating is a similar standard throughout the aircraft and these can be reserved before your departure. Premium tickets on Norwegian includes a seat reservation so you can choose where you want to sit.


Norwegian Speciality Items and Sports Equipment

Specific rules and regulations will apply to sports equipment and special items. Norwegian will not accept any item that exceeds 32kg or 250cm x 79cm x 112cm. Be wary that excess baggage will be charged per kilo. To find out more about Norwegian's bicycle policy, as well as information on how to pack your bike for air travel, visit our FAQ page on "Flying with a Bike."



Norwegian Inflight Entertainment

Norwegian provides passengers with a number of ways to stay entertained throughout their flight. Most flights within Europe will be equipped with WIFI, allowing customers to connect to their video on demand service. They also have a state-of-the-art entertainment system which allows passengers to view a range of movies and TV shows as well as finding out a range of information about their journey.

Norwegian TV

Passengers flying long-haul on Norwegian's 787 Dreamliner will have access to the airline's state-of-the-art entertainment system built into the seat in front of them.

Norwegian Movies

Norwegian provides passengers with a diverse range of films. From animated kids films to heart-warming rom-coms, passengers will have no trouble finding films to help them pass the time on their Norwegian flight. To keep the selection fresh, the movies on offer are regularly updated with new-releases and contemporary blockbusters.


Norwegian WIFI

Stay in touch with WIFI on Norwegian flights. Norwegian offer WIFI on most flights within Europe and on flights travelling between the US and the Caribbean. Once the plane has taken off and electronic devices are safe to use outside of airplane mode, search for 'Norwegian Internet Access' on your mobile, tablet, laptop, or whichever electronic device you're using. Once you're connected to Norwegian WIFI, use Norwegian's On Demand Service on your electronic device!

Norwegian WIFI is not yet available on international long-haul flights.

Norwegian WIFI Price

Norwegian WIFI is completely free to use on all flights that WIFI is available on! Norwegian recognise the importance of staying connected and being online at all times of the day, whether you're up in the air or down on the ground. Norwegian WIFI is available for free for all Norwegian passengers, regardless of if you're flying Economy Class or Business Class.


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Norwegian Fleet


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Norwegian Hub Airport

Oslo Airport Gardermoen

Oslo Airport is the biggest airport serving the capital of Norway, Oslo. Oslo airport is an international and domestic hub for a plethora of airlines and a getaway for air travel. Also, it is a hub for the major airline SAS and it is a busy airport in the Nordic countries. Airlines that fly from and to Oslo Airport include BMI regional, Emirates, British Airways and TAP.



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Norwegian Baggage Allowances

Carry-on Baggage

Norwegian Airlines also passengers to bring one carry-on bag in the cabin free of charge. This is limited to 10 kg for LowFare, LowFare+, Premium and to 15kg for Flex and PremiumFlex. Additionally, passengers can bring 1 small personal item on board.


Checked Baggage

For checked baggage, all flights (excluding long haul) no bags are included for LowFare, one bag of up to 20kg for LowFare + Flex Fare.

For International flights, no bags are included in LowFare, one checked bag of 20kg is allowed for LowFare+ and Flex, Premium and PremiumFlex passengers are allowed two bags of 20 kg per bag.


Norwegian Checked Baggage Prices

Checked baggage prices will depend entirely on the route flown, whether the flight is direct and what time of the year the flight is flown in. 

Low Season

For Norwegian direct flights, checked baggage can cost anywhere between £8 GBP—£35 GBP for one item of baggage or £10—£55 GBP for two items of baggage, depending on the route flown.

High Season

For Norwegian direct flights, checked baggage can cost anywhere between £8 GBP—£35 GBP for one item of baggage or £10—£55 GBP for two items of baggage, depending on the route flown.


For exact quotes on baggage, please contact us after a booking has been completed. We can purchase baggage on Norwegian flights for all passengers.


Norwegian Check-In

Online Check-in

You can check in to most Norwegian flights online 24 hours before your scheduled flight time. Visit our online check-in page, click on the Norwegian logo and follow the instructions to check-in.


Airport Check-in

You can check-in at the airport for Norwegian flights by either using the Norwegian check-in counter or using Norwegian's self-service check-in kiosks. If you plan to check-in at the airport, you must check-in at least one hour before your scheduled flight time.


Norwegian Frequent Flyer Program


Norwegian operates a frequent flyer program to reward regular travellers with the airline.


Norwegian Reward allows passengers to earn CashPoints every time you fly, stay at a hotel or drive a rental car. Use CashPoints as full or partial payment on Norwegian flights for flight tickets, extra baggage, seat reservation, cancellation insurance and booking changes.



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Norwegian Meal Options

Norwegian Air Shuttle offer food and drink services on board their planes. This service is dependent on your flight, and is split into International Long Haul and All Other Flights.

International Long Haul Flights: Economy passengers (LowFare+ and Flex tickets) receive a complimentary meal including a 3 course meal and a snack. Passengers with a LowFare ticket can purchase this service for 25 GBP per person, per flight. For all Premium passengers, a 3 course meal is included, in addition to a light meal and a sweet treat. There is also snacks available to purchase on board.

All Other Flights: Passengers can pre-order hot meals for flights between Stockholm, Alicante, Cyprus and Malaga. Snacks can also be purchased on board.


Norwegian Special Dietary Requirements

Norwegian Air offer alternatives for passengers with special dietary requirements. Contact the airline directly before you travel to arrange a special meal.


Norwegian Drinks & Alcohol

International Long Haul Flights: All passengers receive a complimentary drink, including beer, wine or water. Additional soft drinks and alcoholic drinks can be purchased on board.

All Other Flights: Passengers can purchase non-alcoholic or alcoholic drinks on board.


Norwegian Seat Selection

Alternative Airlines allow passengers flying with Norwegian to book their seats in advance of flying. Using an interactive seat map, passengers can select their seats whether they are wishing to sit together in groups, families or couples, or simply if they want a seat with more leg room or a great view from a window seat. Find out how to book Norwegian seats


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Norwegian Air Shuttle Pet Policy

Norwegian Air Shuttle allows pets to fly in the hold on flights within the Schengen region and on domestic flights within Argentina. To transport pets in the cabin (with the passengers) a fee of £38-£55 is charged online and £47- £66 is charged when payed at the airport. 


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Norwegian News

23rd November 2018

Norwegian add 10 new routes for Q4 2018

Norwegian added 10 new routes to its network between 30th October—3rd November 2018. The routes include a mix of Europe—Europe services, as well as some international flights travelling out of Europe to other continents. With these new routes, Norwegian will fly a total of 21 new services.  

The new flights are as follows:

- A two-time weekly service between Fort Lauderdale and Madrid operated using a Boeing B789
- A four-time weekly service between Fort-de-France and Cayenne operated using a Boeing B738
- A three-time weekly service between Fort-de-France and Montreal operated using a Boeing B738
- A two-time weekly service between London Gatwick and Tampa operated using a Boeing B789
- A two-time weekly service between Oslo and Tel Aviv operated using a Boeing B73S
- A two-time weekly service between Stockholm and Krabi operated using a Boeing B788
- A two-time weekly service between Copenhagen and Krabi operated using a Boeing B788
- A four time weekly service between Pointe-a-Pitre and Cayenne operated using a Boeing B738
- A weekly service between Helsinki and Agadir operated using a Boeing B7M8
- A weekly service between Helsinki and Tel Aviv operated using a Boeing B738



25th June 2018

Norwegian - First Entry into Canada

Norwegian Air Shuttle has announced it will begin expanding its overseas and long-haul operations to Canada. From March 2019, the cities of Hamilton and Montreal in Canada will be the newest recipient of its ultra-low-cost flights to Europe and the French Caribbean.

The airline currently flies to the islands on a seasonal basis from both New York’s JFK Airport and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport, both major bases for Norwegian Long Haul’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner operations.

The airline, currently connects the secondary cities in the Northeastern United States to cities throughout Western Europe using new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft and will now connect Hamilton and Dublin, the airline’s most popular European destination, with year-round daily service. It will become the second longest route for NAI coming in at 3,312 nautical miles following Newburgh-Bergen at 3,456 nautical miles, when the route begins on March 31

The announcement comes at a time when Hamilton’s John C. Munro International Airport,  is growing in popularity among ultra-low-cost airlines, including Flair Airlines and WestJet’s Swoop. The airport is a popular alternative to Toronto Pearson International Airport due to its lower operating costs and ease of access.

Norwegian prefers secondary airports to save on costs, as it does with Newburgh and Providence which serve the New York and Boston markets, respectively. While, historically, Canadians travel across the border to save money on flights to the U.S., the new transatlantic flights might have the reverse effect as the airport is also close enough to the Buffalo/Niagara Falls area to serve Western New Yorkers that are devoid of low-cost service to Europe.

Norwegian Air Shuttle will also operate between Montreal, the largest city in Quebec, and the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique with its intra-European Boeing 737-800 aircraft beginning in October. Montreal, a French Canadian stronghold, will be the first Canadian destination for the new service and will be the third airline, along with Air Canada Rouge and Air Transat, to provide a non-stop link between Montreal and the French Caribbean.

Norwegian will serve the cities of Fort-de-France and Point-a-Pitre on the islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe, respectively.

From 28th October - Service to Point-a-Pitre, operating on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays,

From 1st November - Service to Fort-de-France, operating seasonally on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays.

From 1st November, the airline also announced the opening of new flights between the French Caribbean and Cayenne, French Guiana, another French overseas department and region of France in South America. With this new flight launch, passengers from New York, Floridia and Québéc will have 1-stop low-cost access to French Guiana.

Norwegian has largely ignored Canada, however, its rivals, have embraced Canada, with WOW air serving Toronto and Montreal and Primera Air serving London with plans to serve Paris starting June 22. Plans were announced earlier in the year for Norwegian to serve Canada this summer but were put on hold with the airline citing delivery delays on its MAX aircraft.

According to Primera Air, Canadians haven’t been as receptive to ultra-low-cost airlines as Americans have, which might be the reason that Norwegian hasn’t yet served the Great White North, a country with deep links to Europe, with as much tenacity as it has in the United States. Norwegian has not yet stated whether it will serve any Canadian cities with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner as it does in the United States.


23rd May 2018

Norwegian air rises sharply due to IAG Interest

Norwegian Air celebrated on Tuesday as investors reacted to a report of renewed interest in the budget carrier from British Airways-owner IAG. This report caused a share price increase of 11% in early trade to 278 crowns in Oslo after Spanish newspaper Expansion on Monday said IAG is preparing to bid 330 crowns per share for the Oslo-listed airline, citing unnamed sources. IAG have invested interest in the airline, as the company bought a 4.6% stake recently. 


8th March 2018

Norwegian subsidiary, Norwegian  Air Argentina unveils first aircraft

Norwegian Air Argentina’s (NAA) first aircraft has been presented at Buenos Aires’ Ezeiza International Airport. The ceremony was attended by King Harald V and Queen Sonia of Norway as well eas the CEO of Norwegian, Bjørn Kjos and Norway's commerce and industry minister Torbjørn Røe. Kjos says Argentina is "a perfect fit with our expansion strategy", welcoming Argentina president Mauricio Macri's move to open up the aviation industry to foreign investment. The new fleet will consist of mainly 737-800s with 189 seats and on-board wifi. Sales for these flights will begin in May and Norwegian Air Argentina have already scouted out Cordoba as playing a central role in the network. In terms of a central hub, Norwegian has opted to base its Buenos Aires operations at Ezeiza rather than the downtown Aeroparque airport.


27th October 2017

Norwegian Air Shuttle reports rise in September traffic

Norwegian carried 3.1 million passengers in September, a 14% increase on the same month last year.

The airline said the growth was strongest on its intercontinental routes and load factor overall was up 0.3 percentage points to 90%.

The total traffic growth (RPK) increased by 29% while capacity growth (ASK) increased by 28%.

"We're very pleased to see that more passengers are choosing Norwegian when they travel, not least business travellers," said CEO Bjorn Kjos.

"The demand is good and stable in Scandinavia, and the growth is highest on our intercontinental routes. Global expansion is important to position ourselves in a market with such strong competition, but also for creating economic value in the markets we operate."


28th September 2017

Norwegian Air Shuttle has launched the world's longest low-cost flight — Gatwick to Singapore

Norwegian has launched the world's longest low-cost flight 

The route runs from London Gatwick to Singapore Changi Airport, and departs for the first time on Thursday.

The route takes 12 hours and 45 minutes and will cover 6,764 miles (10,885 km) — making it the longest non-stop flight operated by a low-cost carrier.

The route was announced in April is scheduled to run four times per week.

Thursday's flight is due to depart at 10.30 a.m. and land in Singapore at 6.15 a.m Friday morning local time.

The flights use brand new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.

All seats on the Dreamliner have personal 11-inch seat-back screens and USB ports.

A higher price of £699.90 one way will get passengers "Premium" status. That means "spacious cradle seating" with more than a metre of legroom, and free lounge access at Gatwick.

The Singapore route is part of the airline's continued global expansion.


In February 2018, Norwegian will also start flying to Buenos Aires.

Bjørn Kjos, CEO of Norwegian, said in a press release: "I’m delighted to build upon our popular USA flights and give leisure and business customers more affordable access to Singapore and the Asia-Pacific like never before.

"The 787 Dreamliner has the range to allow us to expand our long-haul services to other parts of the world while keeping fares affordable for all.

"This is just the start of Norwegian’s UK expansion into new markets as we will continue connecting destinations where fares have been too high for too long."



1st September 2017


Norwegian is set to add the B737 MAX 8 to its Norwegian AOC's operations specifications. The Scandinavian low-cost carrier has, until now, only added the type to its Norwegian Air International unit's license.

As such, ch-aviation analysis of schedule data indicates that Norwegian will deploy at least two of the aircraft to its Stockholm Arlanda hub with the onset of the 2017/18 winter season.

Effective October 31, the B737 MAX8s be used to will offer return services between Stockholm Arlanda, Sweden, and each of Dubai Int'l, United Arab Emirates (6x weekly), Las Palmas (daily), and Helsinki Vantaa (2x weekly).

Of the six B737 MAX 8s that have been delivered from Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) to Norwegian Air International, only two are currently active. The remaining four are currently awaiting assessment by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA).


Source: CH-Aviation


April 2016


Norwegian announced that it had reached 500,000 passengers on its low-cost long-haul flights to the US. Norwegian first launched low-cost long-haul flights from Gatwick Airport in July 2014 and is still the only airline offering direct low-cost transatlantic travel to UK passengers.