Norwegian Air Shuttle

Norwegian Air Shuttle

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Zuletzt aktualisiert 20. April 2022 02:39 (UTC +0)

Company Profile

Norwegian Air Shuttle, trading as Norwegian, is the biggest airline in Norway, and the third largest in the European market behind EasyJet and Ryanair. It operates using the ICAO code NAZ, and IATA code DY. It serves both domestic Scandinavia and Norway, Europe and international routes with destinations such as Copenhagen, Helsinki, London, and the Canary Islands from various airport bases such as London-Gatwick, Oslo-Gardermoen, and Paris-Charles de Gaulle. Norwegian’s head office is located at the Diamanten, Fornebu in Norway. The airline has achieved various awards and achievements, including Best Value for Money by Skyscanner in 2014, and Europe’s Best Low-Cost Airline by Skytrax World Airline Awards in 2016, 2017, and 2018. In 2018, Norwegian was also awarded Four-star Rating by Skytrax.


The airline was founded on January 22 1993, taking over the regional airline services in Western Norway previously done by the Busy Bee for Braathens. Although it started as a subsidiary, it started operating on a contract directly with Braathens after Busy Bee’s bankruptcy. It started operating from Bergen Airport to various destinations such as Flesland and Kvernberget. In 1994, the airline began a service from Bergen to Alesund Airport, and flew 50 flights every day. However, the contract between Norwegian Air Shuttle (NAS) was terminated in 2002, when Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) purchased Braathens. Since then, NAS started operating as a budget carrier serving domestic routes under the brand name Norwegian. On 24 April 2007, NAS announced that it bought the Swedish low-cost airline FlyNordic from Finnair PLC, making it the biggest low-cost airline in Scandinavia. As a payment, Finnair received 5% share stake in the airline. In 2010, the airline started operating from Oslo-Gardermoen and Stockholm to Helsinki-Vantaa airport. It introduced more domestic routes to destinations in Scandinavia such as Oulu Airport and Rovaniemi Airport on March 2011, and announced nine international destinations on May in the same year. Norwegian announced a new base at London Gatwick airport to open in the spring of 2013 operating new international routes to Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, and Croatia along with flights to Scandinavian cities. The airline expanded its wings to the United States in 2013 as it started serving the Chicago/Rockford International Airport and General Mitchell Airport to Mexico and the Caribbean as a charter airline for Apple Vacations and Funjet Vacations.

Flight Attendant

Norwegian Air Shuttle flight attendants, both male and female, wear a matching blue uniform. The male cabin crew wears checked blazer paired with a crisp white shirt, blue pants and a matching tie. As for the female flight attendants, their uniform consists of dress, and blouse all in the blue used in the male flight attendant uniforms. They also wear a pair of red gloves, blue hat with a red rim, and a light-colored scarf around their neck.


While Norwegian and its subsidiaries operate using 163 aircrafts, the Norwegian Air Shuttle operates using 58 aircrafts listed below.
Aircraft In Service Orders Passenger
Airbus A321LR - 30 220
Boeing 737-800 50 - 186/189
Boeing 737 Max8 8 92 189

Call Center

If you have inquiry for the airline or are facing difficulties during your flight such as lost baggage or delayed flights, you can directly contact the airline The Norwegian Air Shuttle call center can be contacted on one of the following numbers :
Country Phone Number
Argentina +54 115 078 9745
Brazil +55 213 500 0451
The Caribbean +1 844 278 667
Canada 1 800 357 4159
Denmark +45 70 80 78 80
Finland +358 (0)9 231 01 600
France +33 (0) 97 07 38 001
Germany +49 (800) 589 5000
Italy +39 069 480 2756
Ireland +353 1 691 1489
Norway +47 2149 0015
Singapore +65 3163 9096
Spain +34 900 838 065
Sweden +46 (0) 770 45 77 00
Thailand +66 (0)6000 35 180
UK +44 (0)330 828 0854
USA 1 800 357 4159
Other countries +47 2149 0015

Live Chat

Another way is to go to their live chat page here.

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