Norwegian Air Shuttel - Norwegian for short, is a Norwegian airline based in Bærum-Fornebu near Oslo. It operates in the low-cost airline business and primarily connects Scandinavia with the rest of Europe. It operates a total of 16 bases, the most important at Oslo-Gardermoen Airport. Norwegian air ways route network includes over 100 destinations. These include numerous cities in Scandinavia as well as popular metropolises and holiday destinations throughout Europe. There are also long-haul flights to Thailand, Singapore, the USA and the Caribbean. German customers can fly from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Cologne / Bonn and Munich with Norwegian. Best of all, the airline offers not only low prices, but also excellent service as a low-cost airline. This will benefit about 26 million passengers per year. The company's advantages include the customer loyalty program Norwegian Reward as well as individual service agreements for business travelers. In addition, Norwegian was the first airline to offer free WiFi on their flights. The company was rightly named the best low-cost airline in Europe for the third consecutive year. In 2015 and 2016 she also received the award as the world's best low-cost airline for long-haul flights.
👜 Baggage regulations at Norwegian Air Shuttle
All Norwegian passengers can bring a carry-on bag and a personal item on board for free. The luggage may be a maximum of 55 x 40 x 23 cm in size. The weight limit is 8, 10 or 15 Kg depending on the destination and the ticket price. There are also one or two extra baggage items with a maximum weight of 20 Kg each. You can book additional luggage for a fixed price. No piece of baggage may be heavier than 32 kg. You'll find more about it here.
🕗 Norwegian Air Shuttle Web Check-in
If the option to check in online is not available to you within 24 hours before departure, then you will need to check in at the airport.