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Average age of aircraft - 5.3 yrs, according to www.airfleets.net 08/01/11. This is for the shorthaul aircraft are handled by a separate part of the company.
Norwegian is reported to have the following aircraft fleet:
52 Boeing 737 800
The low-cost airline Norwegian, based at Oslo, started operating as the regional airline Busy Bee in 1967, later becoming Air Executive Norway, then renamed to Norwegian Air Shuttle in 1993, later shortening it to Norwegian.
In 2007, the airline acquired FlyNordic from Finnair and also placed an order for 42 new Boeing 737 800 aircraft.
The airline transported over 29.3 million passengers in 2016, a 13% increase from the previous year, claiming to be the third largest low cost airline in Europe, and the 9th busiest European airline overall.
The airline owns one of the newest fleets of aircraft around.
Norwegian offers free WiFi Internet access on most of its European flights.
04/06/12 Norwegian Airport Security Staff Strike Causing Disruptions to Passengers
A strike among airport security staff in Norway has been causing disruptions to some flights and long waiting times at airport security. Norwegian Air Shuttle are advising passe...More
19/09/07 Norwegian announce new London Gatwick to Oslo Route
Norwegian Airways have announced a new route to commence on the 28th October from London Gatwick to the Norwegian capital of Oslo. Flights will be daily except for Saturdays and...More
21/12/06 Norwegian to start flights from Edinburgh to Oslo
The low cost airline Norwegian is to start flights from Edinburgh to Oslo on 15th April next year with prices starting from 25 pounds one way. This will be their first route fro...More