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Norwegian offers improved service to customers with premium tickets

Press Release   •   Sep 08, 2014 03:13 EDT

Norwegian is offering lounge access and improved in-flight service to its customers with premium tickets on intercontinental routes.

Norwegian is upgrading its service to passengers with premium tickets on intercontinental flights between Europe and the U.S. and Asia. The improved service includes access to airport lounges as well as enhanced in-flight service.

“The customer can expect a smooth and easy travel experience with Norwegian. That’s why we’re very pleased to be able to offer our premium passengers on intercontinental routes free access to airport lounges at several airports in our route network as well as improved in-flight service,” said Chief Commercial Officer Thomas Ramdahl at Norwegian.

Norwegian currently operates seven Boeing 787 Dreamliners with 291 seats, including 32 larger and more comfortable seats in the forward cabin. Norwegian offers 17 routes between Europe and the U.S. and Asia.  

Media Contact:
Norwegian’s Press Office: + 47 815 11 816


Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, commercially branded “Norwegian”, is a low-cost airline listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Norwegian is the second largest airline in Scandinavia and third largest low cost carrier in Europe. More than 20 million passengers fly on its network per year. Norwegian has a route portfolio that stretches across Europe into North Africa and the Middle East, as well as long-haul flights to the US and Southeast Asia. The company has a total of 417 routes to 126 destinations and employs approximately 4,500 people in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, UK, Spain and Thailand. The company has 258 undelivered aircraft on firm order. Norwegian was founded in 1993 and its headquarter is in Fornebu, Norway. In 2013, Norwegian was voted Europe’s best low-cost carrier of the year by the renowned SkyTrax World Airline Awards. Norwegian offers better leg room than most competitors, in-flight WiFi, world-class punctuality and a fleet of 96 aircraft with an average age of only 4.8 years.

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