Norwegian delivered a record strong operating profit of NOK 2,232 million for 2023
Norwegian today reported its fourth quarter and preliminary full-year results for 2023. For the full-year of 2023, Norwegian delivered an operating profit (EBIT) of NOK 2,232 million, the highest operating profit in company history. The liquidity position improved through the quarter to NOK 9.5 billion at year-end.
Norwegian improves company score in global climate CDP ranking
Norwegian improves and receives the highest possible score in several categories for its emission reduction initiatives in this year’s global climate ranking from the international organisation CDP.
The Norwegian Group had 1.4 million passengers in January
In January, Norwegian Air Shuttle had 1,138,621 passengers, while Widerøe had 246,326 passengers. This means that the Norwegian Group had 1,384,947 passengers in total. Norwegian increased its load factor to 83.1 percent in January, up 5 percentage points compared to the same period last year.
Norwegian becomes co-owner of Norsk e-Fuel
Norwegian is now a shareholder in Norsk e-Fuel. The company will establish what could be the world's first large-scale production facility for electrofuel. The fossil-free jet fuel will be produced at a plant in Mosjøen in Nordland. The partnership will give Norwegian early access to essential fossil-free aviation fuels.
Norwegian with 1.3 million passengers in December
In December, Norwegian had more than 1.3 million passengers and recorded a strong load factor of 83.6%, 6 percentage points higher than December 2022. Throughout 2023, Norwegian carried over 20 million passengers, a 16 percent increase from the previous year.
Norwegian increased both load factor and regularity in November
Norwegian had 1.3 million passengers and a load factor of 82.3 percent in November. Norwegian is still experiencing robust demand for air travel. Regularity was record-high with 99.9 percent of all scheduled flights taking place.
Norwegian releases new routes for summer season 2024
Norwegian launches a total of 40 new routes, including new point-to-point routes outside the Nordics.
Norwegian welcomed more than 2 million passengers in October
Norwegian had 2.1 million passengers and a load factor of 86.1 percent in October. Air travel demand was particularly high during the Nordic autumn holidays when many travellers flew to destinations across Europe. Regularity was high with 99.4 percent of all scheduled flights taking place.
Norwegian delivered a profit before tax (EBT) of over NOK 2 billion in third quarter of 2023
Norwegian delivered a profit before tax (EBT) of NOK 2,050 million in the third quarter of 2023, the second-best quarterly result in the 21-year history of the company. Norwegian has had a very strong summer, both operationally and financially, and also delivered best-in-class on punctuality and regularity in Europe.
Norwegian and TUI signs agreement on charter flights
Norwegian agrees to continue operating charter flights for TUI during the upcoming winter and summer seasons. Norwegian will operate flights on behalf of TUI from Norway, Sweden and Denmark to destinations across Europe.
Norwegian introduces fossil-free aviation fuel equivalent to 100 flights on Denmark’s busiest route between Aalborg and Copenhagen
Norwegian is to purchase fossil-free aviation fuel to power the equivalent of 100 flights between Aalborg and Copenhagen. The initiative proves that reducing the climate footprint of Danish aviation is already possible today.
New flight with Norwegian from Israel
On behalf of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norwegian is setting up a new flight from Israel.
Norwegian to set up another extra flight from Tel Aviv
Norwegian will set up an extra flight from Tel Aviv to Oslo with tentative departure Thursday afternoon to fly Norwegian and other Nordic citizens out of Israel.
Norwegian to set up extra flight from Tel Aviv
Norwegian will set up an extra flight from Tel Aviv to Oslo with tentative departure tonight to fly Norwegian and other Nordic citizens out of Israel. The flight is operated on behalf of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The objective is to help passengers that are stranded in Israel.
Norwegian had more than 2 million passengers in September
In September, Norwegian had a passenger count of more than 2 million passengers. The regularity was 99.7 percent, the highest level since the pandemic.
Norwegian launches new routes and tickets for next summer
Today, Norwegian releases tickets for the summer 2024 programme. A total of 279 routes are now available and bookable for next year’s spring and summer season. Norwegian also launches new routes from Tromsø to Berlin, Paris and Bergamo/Milano. In addition, more destinations for next summer will be added during the autumn.
Norwegian welcomed 2.1 million passengers in August
Norwegian had 2.1 million passengers and a load factor of 85.2 percent in August. Regularity was particularly high with 99.6 percent of all scheduled flights taking place. During challenging circumstances, such as the high winds and floods caused by Storm Hans in Southern Norway, as well as the air traffic troubles in the UK, Norwegian made sure travellers reached their destinations smoothly.
Norwegian reports strong results in the second quarter 2023
Norwegian delivered an operating profit (EBIT) of NOK 651 million in the second quarter, which was characterised by strong operational performance amidst ramping-up into the busy summer travel season. Furthermore, Norwegian and Strawberry’s new loyalty company today announced that Avida has been selected as the preferred financial partner.
Historically strong July for Norwegian
In July, Norwegian had 2.3 million passengers. The load factor was 92.4 per cent. Capacity was at its peak for the current year and 12 per cent higher than July last year. Continued bookings throughout the month made by travel hungry Nordic customers contributed to making this a historically strong July.
Norwegian announces agreement to acquire Widerøe
Norwegian has entered into an agreement with WF Holding AS to acquire Widerøe, the major regional carrier in Norway. The agreement will provide customers with a broader route network and more choices. It will also contribute to securing local jobs in Norway. Widerøe will continue to exist as a separate company with its own brand, organisation and headquarters in Bodø.