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Norwegian, or Norwegian Air Shuttle, is a Scandinavian low-fare airline, which in Norway is treated as a national carrier. It started its independent operation in 2002 and since then it has never brought losses to the owner. From the beginning of its existence, the Norwegian line, like the whole of Scandinavia, is famous for its exceptional care for ecology and the environment. Most flights take place in Scandinavia, but Norwegian also serves airports in European countries as well as in Asia and North America. The total number of routes is over 400, and with over 130 different destinations. In Poland, you can take use low-fare flights offered by Norwegian at four airports: in Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and Szczecin.
During each trip with Norwegian, the passenger may carry one piece of hand luggage with him, for which he does not pay. Its acceptable weight varies, however, depending on the booking class. Additionally, apart from a hand luggage, you can bring one small personal item, such as a laptop case or a handbag. It is important that they are small enough to fit under the chair. If you do not fit all items in your hand luggage, you can add registered luggage to your booking up to 6 hours before the departure. You can do it online or by phone. In some booking classes, registered baggage is included in the ticket price, so it's a good idea to consider what you want to take with you and choose the best-suited fare.
Services in Norwegian are divided into booking classes and fares. Booking classes are valid for international flights on long distances. These are the Economy class and the Premium class. Within each class and on flights on shorter routes it is possible to buy a ticket in three fares: LowFare, LowFare + and Flex. Each of them provides a different set of services. Each one includes free hand luggage, but of different weights. Depending on the fare, the passenger can count on various additional services, such as registered baggage, the possibility of booking a seat, Wi-Fi, meals on board, headphones and blanket. Some fare guarantee free of charge change of name and change of booking and provide the possibility of returning the ticket.
Online check-in at Norwegian is a convenient way to check-in before departure. Everything takes place on the carrier's internet platform. All you need to do is find the "Online check-in" tab on the website and then fill in the data required in the form. The system will guide the passenger through the entire booking process, so you do not have to worry about something going wrong. After completing online check-in, a boarding pass is generated, which is the basic document entitling you to get onboard. For this reason, you should print it and store it in a safe place until the day of the departure or save the PDF file and print it once you need it.
The Norwegian’s fleet counts about 130 aircrafts. Most of them are modern Boeing machines. The line is constantly developing and is still ordering new aircrafts. In 2012, Norwegian ordered 222 new machines – the most in the history of the European fleet. In the future, the Norwegian’s fleet is to expand by further Boeings, as well as Airbuses. According to the plans, after completing all orders, the size of the fleet is to increase twice. Flying on the sky Norwegian’s aircrafts can be recognized by characteristic colours. They are kept in red and white colours: red dominates the front and white is on the rest of the machine. There is also a red ballast, on which portraits of well-known Scandinavian personalities are additionally visible.
The main premises of the airline is Oslo Gardermoen. This is an international airport, located in Gardermoen, 48 km from Oslo. The airport has existed since the Second World War, and it gained its current appearance after the expansion carried out after the end of the war. Currently, it is one of the airports in Norway that serves the most passengers. On its premises you can use the free Wi-Fi network, drink coffee at airport cafes and shop in numerous stores, also duty-free. A convenient solution for passengers is the possibility of ordering a parking space for a fee.
On almost all routes, passengers can get snacks, drinks and light meals on the plane. During long-haul flights, passengers also have the option of ordering a larger three-course meal. The crew offers different menus on different routes, and the meals are also adjusted to people with special dietary requirements. Depending on the fare, the menu can be included in the ticket price, and the meal may require prior order, several dozen hours before the departure. During long-distance flights, a personal interactive snack bar is available. With it, you can order snacks on the touch screen, make a payment and wait for a crew member who will deliver the order. You can pay for snacks and larger meals by credit card.
There is free Wi-Fi available during the European journeys with Norwegian on the majority of planes. The possibility of using a wireless network connects with other services: video on demand and Live TV. In the video on demand service, the passenger has a choice of many films and programs with paid access. The Live TV service in the same way allows to follow the latest live TV news. An additional convenience is an interactive 3D map that tells you what to see in the city you fly to. During long-distance flights, the traveller has at his disposal a personal interactive bar with snacks, so that he can order something to snack at any time. In addition, it is possible to recharge the electronic device onboard, and even purchase headphones.