Norwegian Air Bolsters Domestic Service for Christmas and Extends Booking Flexibility
Norwegian is bolstering domestic service for Christmas. The carrier will strengthen service to Harstad/Narvik, Tromsø and Bodø, while new flights to Andøya and Lakselv will be added. Booking flexibility has also been extended for tickets purchased by January 31, 2022.
On Wednesday (November 24, 2021), Norwegian Air announced an increase in domestic flight frequencies and additional destinations this December for Christmas. The carrier will increase frequencies on their existing service to Harstad/Narvik (Evenes), Tromsø and Bodø, while new flights to Andøya and Lakselv will be added. Additionally, Norwegian has announced an extension of their flexible booking policy which allows for one fee-free rebooking of all ticket types, including tickets that are generally not flexible. The policy applies to all tickets that have been booked by January 31, 2022 for travel which is completed in full by October 29, 2022.
In Wednesday’s announcement, Norwegian Air’s Executive Vice President – Marketing, Sales and Customer Service, Christopher Sundby, said,
“Based on many years of experience, we are planning a route program during the holidays that we hope will work well with our customers' needs. There are many people traveling during this period, and it can pay to be out early to secure the cheapest tickets.”
Norwegian Air Shuttle was founded in 1993 and offers smart and pleasant travel experiences at low prices. The airline has been voted ‘Europe’s Best Low-Cost Airline’ by Skytrax for the last six years. Norwegian’s loyalty program, Norwegian Rewards, has also been voted ‘The Airline Industry’s Best Loyalty Program in Europe/Africa’ at the Freddie Awards four years in a row. In 2019, Norwegian became the first airline to sign the UN Climate Action Programme, committing to becoming climate neutral by 2050. The carrier currently offers affordable flights on a short-haul network of destinations in the Nordic countries and to key European destinations.
Source: Norwegian Air Shuttle/Mynewsdesk