Norwegian Air is Europe's third largest low-cost airline. Norwegian offer domestic flights in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark and flights between Scandinavia and the rest of Europe.
From Norwegian's base at London Gatwick airport they offer flights from the UK to the Canary Islands, Mediterranean and Scandinavia.
Norwegian started low-cost flights between Scandinavia and the US and between Scandinavia and Thailand in the summer of 2013. They will commence flights between London Gatwick Airport and New York JFK Airport in July 2014.
On European flights Norwegian offer two fare classes: LowFare and Flex.
On intercontinental flights Norwegian offer two fare classes: Economy and Premium.
To book tickets on Norwegian, check prices and flight schedules, please visit Norwegian's website.
Cheap Flights with Norwegian
The countries and destinations that Norwegian fly to are listed below. You can view the routes to each destination on the destination’s web page.
- Austria –
- Bosnia-Herzegovina –
- Bulgaria –
- Croatia –
- Cyprus –
- Czech Republic –
- Denmark –
- England –
- Estonia –
- Finland –
- France –
- Germany –
- Greece –
- Argostoli, Kefalonia,
- Fira, Santorini,
- Heraklion, Crete,
- Kerkyra, Corfu,
- Rhodes city
- Guadeloupe –
- Hungary –
- Iceland –
- Ireland –
- Israel –
- Italy –
- Kosovo –
- Latvia –
- Lithuania –
- Malta –
- Martinique –
- Montenegro –
- Morocco –
- Netherlands –
- Norway –
- Poland –
- Portugal –
- Scotland –
- Serbia –
- Spain –
- Arrecife, Lanzarote,
- Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,
- Mahon, Menorca,
- Palma de Mallorca,
- Puerto de la Cruz,
- Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura
- Sweden –
- Switzerland –
- Thailand –
- Turkey –
- United Arab Emirates –
- USA –
- Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands,
- Fort Lauderdale, Florida,
- Las Vegas,
- Los Angeles,
- New York City,
- Orlando, Florida,
- San Francisco,
- San Juan, Puerto Rico
Norwegian is aggressively expanding their route network and the airline now have bases in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, the UK and Spain operating routes to southern Europe and most other European countries.
► Booking tickets
You can book tickets for Norwegian flights on the airline's website. The website is available in several languages and you can select what currency you would like tickets to be priced in.
Tickets can also be bought by calling Norwegian and through many travel agencies.
A reserved seat and up to two checked in luggage items can be bought as added services during booking.
► Finding low priced flights on Norwegian
Finding the best priced tickets on Norwegian is easy using the low fare calendar on Norwegian's website. Select the route you want to fly and the month you want to check prices for. You will then be shown the lowest ticket prices for each day of that month and can proceed to see individual flights for the day and to make a booking.
If you chose not to pay for a reserved seat during booking, you will be able to choose among the free seats if checking in using a self-service kiosk.
Pay with a debit card to avoid the Norwegian credit card payment fee.
► Rebooking, change of name and cancelling tickets
Flex tickets can be rebooked and cancelled for free.
LowFare tickets can be cancelled with a full refund until 4 hours after purchase.
If you make an error while booking a LowFare ticket, call Norwegian within 24 hours to cancel the ticket and book a new ticket. Norwegian will fully refund the incorrect ticket provided that a new ticket is booked at the same time.
LowFare tickets can be rebooked, the route can be changed, and the name on the ticket can be changed. A fee has to be paid for all changes and you must pay any difference in fare between your original ticket and the new ticket.
Cancelled or unused LowFare tickets are not refunded. You can apply to have taxes refunded, but a processing fee will be deducted from the returned amount.
► Norwegian baggage rules
Norwegian charges a fee for each checked in baggage item. Each piece of baggage to be checked in must not weigh more than 20 kg. There is a fee for each kilo your baggage weighs above this limit.
You can not check in more than two baggage items.
You can reserve space for luggage to be checked in online until 25 hours before departure. Booking space for luggage at the airport is more expensive than doing so online.
You can bring one item of hand luggage into the cabin. The maximum weight for this item is 10 kg and the size of the bag should not exceed 55 x 40 x 23 cm.
More about Norwegian checked baggage rules.
► Checking in for your flight
Norwegian offer online and airport check-in. At the airport you can use check-in counters, or at some airports self-service kiosks.
If you are travelling with hand luggage only and from a Nordic country to a European destination except for the UK, you may go directly to the gate without checking in. You need to bring a print out of your travel documents or an SMS-ticket on your mobile phone.
More information on Norwegian check in procedures including check-in deadlines.
► More about Norwegian
Norwegian offer free wireless Internet in many of their newer planes.
An overview of the various fees charged by Norwegian.
The full company name of Norwegian is Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA. The Airline is usually referred to as Norwegian or Norwegian Air.
In Europe Norwegian fly Boeing 737 airplanes and is upgrading their fleet to Boeing 737-800 planes.
On intercontinental routes to the US and Thailand, Norwegian fly Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircrafts.
More than 24 million passengers flew on Norwegian in 2014.
Norwegian bought Swedish low cost airline FlyNordic from Finnair in April 2007.
For full and up-to-date information on rules for travellers on Norwegian flights, please consult the airline's website.
Information last updated 20.02.2014.
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