Norwegian is the one that leads the field of airline transport in Norway. Even though Norwegian is not an EU Member Airline Company, it is the party of the relevant EU Regulation, namely 261/2004. In this context, if you are faced with a significant delay/cancellation/denied boarding while travelling with Norwegian, you can request to get compansated as presented below depending upon the distance.
If you have further financial distress due to the flight disruption, your right to claim for your reasonable expenses is reserved.
Norwegian was founded in 1993 in Norway. Norwegian’s headquarters are currently located in Oslo and the main base in Gatwick Airport. Norwegian is not a star alliance member. The company has 4 stars on Skytrax rating and has won the Skytrax awards World's Best Low-Cost Long Haul Airline and Best Low-Cost Airline in Europe. Bjørn Kjos leads the company as the CEO.
Norwegian employs more than 9,500 employees worldwide and operates a mainline fleet of more than 54 aircraft. It has declared $ 3,548,837,432 in revenue. Norwegian offers service to 163 destinations and they have carried more than 33.2 million passengers in 2017.
Norwegian’s fleet consists of Boeing 737 Next Gen model aircrafts. The average age of the fleet is 5.4 years. The youngest aircrafts are the Boeing 737 Next Gen at 5.4 years old. They rank 51 among 249 airlines operating this type of aircraft. The most common aircraft in the fleet is the Boeing 737 Next Gen with 54 of them at hand. They rank 51 among 249 airlines operating this type of aircraft.