Dividend to creditors affected by the financial restructuring
Reference is made to the stock exchange announcements of 26 May 2021 regarding the exit from the Irish examinership (the "Examinership") and Norwegian reconstruction (the "Reconstruction") processes for the Company and certain of its related Irish companies and the implementation of the proposed schemes of arrangement related to the Examinership and a restructuring plan related to the Reconstructi
Conversion of New Capital Perpetual Bonds
Reference is made to the Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (the “Company”) FRN perpetual subordinated convertible bond loan with ISIN NO 0010996440 and ISIN NO 0010996432 in the aggregate amount of 1,875,000,000 (the “New Capital Perpetual Bonds”). Pursuant to the bond terms, the New Capital Perpetual Bonds with ISIN NO 0010996440 in the aggregate amount of NOK 1,738,293,310 can be converted into shares
Traffic results for May show signs of positive trend
Norwegian's traffic figures for May continue to be affected by international travel restrictions and therefore low demand. However, passenger numbers have shown a noticeable increase in volume in line with vaccination roll outs and changes to entry restrictions and quarantine regulations.
Norwegian: Emergence from financial restructuring - occurrence of Effective Date
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA have successfully emerged from the Examinership and the Reconstruction, completed the Capital Raise, implemented the Restructuring Proposal and concluded the restructuring. The Reconstruction Proposal is expected to occur shortly after close of trading on the Oslo Stock Exchange today, 26 May 2021.
Norwegian has announced the final results of the capital raise
Reference is made to the stock exchange announcement of Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (the “Company” or “NAS”) dated 21 May 2021 regarding the preliminary results of the capital raise of up to NOK 6,000 million (the “Capital Raise”), comprising of:(i)an offering of new capital perpetual bonds raising gross proceeds of up to NOK 1,875 million (the “New Capital Perpetual Bonds Offering”), (ii)a rights i
Norwegian has announced preliminary results of the capital raise
The capital raise was significantly oversubscribed and Norwegian will consequently raise total gross proceeds of approximately NOK 6,000 million in the Capital Raise. The shares are expected to be tradeable on the Oslo Stock Exchange on or about 27 May 2021.
Norwegian's reconstruction plan approved
Reference is made to the stock exchange announcements of Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (the “Company” or “NAS”) dated 26 March 2021 and 12 April 2021 regarding the approval of the proposals for a scheme of arrangement for an exit of the examinership process and the reconstruction process as further described in the stock exchange announcement dated 11 March 2021 (the “Restructuring Proposal”) by the H
Commencement of the subscription period for the rights issue and the application period for the private placement
NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION OR RELEASE, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN OR INTO THE UNITED STATES OR ANY OTHER JURISDICTION IN WHICH THE DISTRIBUTION OR RELEASE WOULD BE UNLAWFUL. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS NOT A PROSPECTUS AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SUBSCRIBE OR PURCHASE ANY OF THE SECURITIES DESCRIBED HEREIN. NO ONE SHOULD PURCHASE ANY SECURITIES IN NORWEGIAN AIR SHUTTLE ASA (THE "COMPANY") EXCEPT ON THE
Travel restrictions continue to impact operations in April
Norwegian’s traffic figures for April are impacted by government travel restrictions and therefore low demand.
Norwegian announces terms of the contemplated capital raise of up to NOK 6,000 million
NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION OR RELEASE, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, IN OR INTO THE UNITED STATES OR ANY OTHER JURISDICTION IN WHICH THE DISTRIBUTION OR RELEASE WOULD BE UNLAWFUL. THIS ANNOUNCEMENT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER OF ANY OF THE SECURITIES DESCRIBED HEREIN.Reference is made to the stock exchange announcements of Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (the “Company” or “NAS”) dated 26 March 2021 and 12 April 20
Norwegian update on capital raise
Norwegian has today updated the market on the forthcoming capital raise. The upper limit for raising capital has been increased to NOK 6 billion. The debt will be sharply reduced and in addition aircraft orders amounting to NOK 85 billion have been cancelled.
Norwegian's reconstruction in Norway receives court approval
The Oslo County Court, today approved Norwegian's reconstruction plan in Norway. Reaching this milestone means that both the group's reconstruction processes in Ireland and Norway have now been approved by the courts. The company will now prepare the process of raising new capital.
March traffic figures continue to be severely impacted
Norwegian’s traffic figures for March are impacted by weak demand as a result of international government travel restrictions across our key markets.
Norwegian’s reconstruction process in Ireland is approved. An important milestone also for the process in Norway
Norwegian’s reconstruction process in Ireland, called the Examinership, was today approved by the judge in the Irish High Court. Based on this decision, Norwegian will now send the same proposal for voting in Norway. Following this, the company will start the process of raising capital with the goal of a final resolution by the end of May.
Adrian Dunne appointed Executive Vice President Operations in Norwegian
Adrian Dunne will join Norwegian as the company’s new EVP Operations. Dunne has more than thirty years of experience as a leader within the aviation industry.
Norwegian’s restructuring scheme filed to the court
Today, Norwegian’s financial reconstruction plan was sent to its creditors and shareholders. If the plan is approved by the Irish and Norwegian courts in the coming weeks, the company can continue the reconstruction processes and initiate a capital raise in April, targeting completion in May 2021.
Norwegian’s February traffic figures strongly impacted by COVID-19
Norwegian’s traffic figures for February are strongly influenced by lower demand caused by continued travel restrictions across Europe.
Norwegian’s fourth quarter results are heavily impacted by COVID-19 and travel restrictions
Norwegian today reported its fourth quarter results. As expected, the results were heavily impacted by COVID-19 and travel restrictions in all markets.
Norwegian presents update of indicative plan for exit from Irish examinership and Norwegian reconstruction processes
The Company is working with the Examiner and the Reconstructor with a view to commencing the legal steps required to implement the proposed Restructuring, including the issuance of a scheme of arrangement by the Examiner as soon as possible, with a view to the Capital Raise commencing in late March/early April, with the subscription period in mid-April and target closing end of April.