Norwegian Air Shuttle

Norwegian Air Shuttle

Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (OSE: NAS), trading as Norwegian, is a low-cost carrier, the second-largest airline in Scandinavia. It offers a high-frequency domestic flight schedule within Scandinavia and to business destinations such as London, and a low-frequency service to international destinations, transporting 15.7 million people in 2011, with a turnover in excess of NOK 10.5 billion. Norwegian is not a member of any airline alliance.

As of October 2012, Norwegian operates 66 aircraft, all Boeing 737s, and is known for its distinctive livery of white with a red nose, with individual portraits of noteworthy Scandinavians on the tail fin. The airline has bases at Oslo-Gardermoen, Copenhagen, Stockholm-Arlanda, Helsinki-Vantaa, Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger and Sandefjord, Malaga, Las Palmas and will open bases in Alicante and London Gatwick.

Norwegian intends starting long-haul operations in May 2013 using Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft. The launch routes will be from Oslo-Gardermoen and Stockholm-Arlanda to New York and Bangkok. Tickets went on sale 8th of November 2012.

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... After a few months, the airline Norwegian Air Shuttle started flying major routes in competition ... To remove the edge SAS had over the new airline, the Norwegian Competition Authority then banned the award of EuroBonus points in Norway from August 1 that ... Norwegian Air Shuttle and Sterling Airlines had also complained about SAS's bonus program in Scandinavia ...
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2012, the company had seven airline customers -- Southwest Airlines and Allegiant Air (North America), Norwegian Air Shuttle (Europe), Transaero and UTair Aviation (Russian Federation), Icelandair (Iceland ... In October 2012, Allegiant Air selected Row 44's wireless Video-on-Demand (VoD) service for its fleet of Boeing 757s, which cover the airline's routes to Hawai'i ... North America and Europe -- approximately 210 Southwest Airlines, approximately 50 Norwegian Air Shuttle aircraft and several of Mango's planes ...
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... All flight operations are performed under one single air operator's certificate (AOC) (ICAO airline designator NAX) ... Norwegian purchases all aircraft ground handling from third parties in Norway, these are Røros Flyservice and Norport Handling ... Norwegian, as a low-cost airline, operates aircraft with all-economy class seating ...
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... In 1952 it was decided that Rygge was to become a military air station which met NATO specifications ... The new Rygge Main Air Station was established on 15 September 1954, after investments of NOK 127 million ... Rygge Main Air Station hosted the 332 Squadron, and later the 336 Squadron and the 330 Squadron ...

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