All-class rating 6.3
- Boarding 7.3
- Seat for sitting 6.3
- Seat for sleeping 1.5
- Service 6.3
- Entertainment 5.3
- Food & drink 2.4
- Punctuality 7.3
- Baggage 6.1
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Norwegian Air Shuttle (airline code DY), otherwise known simply as "Norwegian", is the second largest airline in Scandinavia, established in 1993. It is a budget carrier serving more than 300 routes to more than 115 destinations in 30 countries. Its headquarters are in Bærum, Norway.
Norwegian Air Shuttle's parent company is Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA. The airline was listed on the Norwegian Stock Exchange in 2003.
Norwegian Air Shuttle has seven bases throughout Scandinavia - Bergen, Copenhagen, Oslo-Gardermoen, Oslo-Rygge, Stavanger, Stockholm-Arlanda, Trondheim and Helsinki.
Norwegian serves Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and the Canary Islands. To see where Norwegian Air Shuttle flies, click here.
Norwegian is about to undergo a rapid expansion phase. In January 2012 it announced Europe's biggest aircraft order for 222 aircraft, including its first long-haul fleet, comprising eight Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners.
The order also included 100 Boeing 737 MAX-8, 22 Boeing 737-800s and 100 Airbus A320 neo aircraft, all of which will be used to expand the short-haul network.
For details of Norwegian Air Shuttle's Norwegian Reward frequent flyer programme, click here.
- For Norwegian Air Shuttle's Wikipedia page, including history, click here.
To check fares visit norwegian.com
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