Please login to access all features of this site
  User Name Password  
7jetset7 Logo 7jetset7 Logo  

7jetset7 Home7jetset7 World Map7jetset7 Airlines7jetset7 Help7jetset7 Account7jetset7 SubscribeFree Content ViewAbout 7jetset77jetset7 FeedbackContact 7jetset7

7jetset7 Blog

    
Airlines

printable version
Name: NORWEGIAN AIR SHUTTLE
7JetSet7 Code: NWG
Status: Operational
Region: EUROPE
City: OSLO
Country: NORWAY
Employees 5500
Web: norwegian.no
Email: post@norwegian.no
Telephone: +47 67 59 30 00
Fax: +47 67 58 30 01
Sita: OSLUOBU
Background
(definitions)

Click below for data links:
NWG-2003-09-A
NWG-2003-09-B
NWG-2003-09-C
NWG-2003-09-D
NWG-2003-09-E
NWG-2004-11
NWG-2004-1ST6MTHS-STATS
NWG-2005-01
NWG-2005-05-RANK-A
NWG-2005-05-RANK-B
NWG-2005-05-RANK-C
NWG-2005-05-RANK-D
NWG-2005-TOP LCC
NWG-2006-1ST-6-MTHS
NWG-2007-08
NWG-2007-STATS
NWG-2009-02-AIRLINE MARKET LEADERSHIP AWARD
NWG-2011-01-SKY INTERIOR
NWG-2011-11-GROWTH
NWG-2012-01 RECORD JET ORDER A
NWG-2012-01 RECORD JET ORDER B
NWG-2013-03 - STAVANGER TRAFFIC
NWG-2013-03 - TOP 10 DESTINATIONS
NWG-2013-06 - 1ST 787
NWG-2013-12 - TOP 12 AIRPORTS IN 2014
NWG-2014-09 - BERLIN TO LONDON GATWICK
NWG-2015-04 - MALAGA - EDINBURGH-A.jpg
NWG-2015-04 - MALAGA - EDINBURGH.jpg
NWG-2015-07 - Top 10 LCC.jpg
NWG-2017-08 - New Bergen Airport Terminal.jpg
NWG-2017-09 - Flight Crew to Helsinki.jpg
NWG-2017-09 - Top 12 airports.jpg
NWG-2017-09 - Top 12 Markets.jpg
NWG-2017-09 - Viking Spanish Armada.jpg
NWG-CABIN ATTENDANTS - 2013-12
NWG-Flight Crew - 2015-10.jpg
NWG-LOGO
NWG-MAP
NWG-VISIT BERGEN NORWAY
NWG-VISIT GUDVANGEN NORWAY
NWG-VISIT GUDVANGEN NORWAY-A.jpg
NWG-VISIT NORWAY ATLANTIC RD
NWG-VISIT NORWAY-A
NWG-VISIT NORWAY-AB
NWG-VISIT NORWAY-B
NWG-VISIT NORWAY-C
NWG-VISIT NORWAY-D
NWG-VISIT NORWAY-E
NWG-VISIT NORWEGIAN FJORDS
NWG-VISIT PREIKESTOLEN NORWAY
NWG-VISIT VORINGFOSSEN NORWAY

Formed in 1993, by some ex-Braathens (BRT) employees, following the dismantling of an ex-(BRT) subsidiary, "Busy Bee Airservice." Domestic and regional, scheduled & charter, passenger and cargo, jet airplane services.

Address:
Postboks 115
Oksenoyveien 10A
NO-1330 Fornebu, Norway

The Kingdom of Norway was established in 1814, it covers an area of 32,878 sq km, its population is 4.5 million, its capital city is Oslo, and its official language is Norwegian.

Norway is on top in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita and spending power, and Norwegians are amongst the most frequent travellers in the world, both for business and private purposes. Oslo is a significant business destination and the natural starting point for exploring Scandinavia’s world famous tourist attractions.
... More

Fleet:
(definitions)

Click below for photos:
NWG-737-3K2
NWG-737-505
NWG-737
NWG-737 MAX - 2012-01
NWG-737 MAX - 2013-04
NWG-737 MAX - 2017-07.jpg
NWG-737-3K9 - Last 737-300 - 2015-12.jpg
NWG-737-3YO
NWG-737-800 - 2014-09
NWG-737-800 - 2015-02.jpg
NWG-737-800-2011-02
NWG-737-86N 2009-12
NWG-737-8Q8-6000-APR09
NWG-787 - 2012-03
NWG-787 - 2013-07
NWG-787 - 2013-08
NWG-787 - 2013-09
NWG-787-8 - 2016-02.jpg
NWG-787-8 - 2017-02.jpg
NWG-A321 - 2016-11.jpg
NWG-NOQ-MD-83-JAN09

November 2017:

0 737-3K2 (CFM56-3C1) (1683-24326, /89 LN-KKF "REAL NORWEGIAN FRIDTJOF NANSEN"), EX-(TAV), (TBC) LSD 2002-10. RETIRED. 148Y.

0 737-3K2 (CFM56-3C1) (1712-24327, /89 LN-KKG "REAL NORWEGIAN GIDSKEN JACOBSEN;" 1856-24328, /90 LN-KKH "REAL NORWEGIAN OTTO SVERDRUP"), (TAV) LSD 2002-10. RETIRED. 148Y.

0 737-3K2 (CFM56-3C1) (1858-24329, /90 LN-KKI "HELGE INGSTAD"), (ILF) LSD 2002-11. RETIRED. 148Y.

0 737-3K9 (CFM56-3B2) (1794-24213, /89 LN-KKW), EX-(MAE), BF (BAV) 2006-02. THIS WAS THE LAST (NWG) 737-300 RETIRED ON 2015-12. DONATED TO NORWEGIAN AVIATION MUSEUM. 148Y.

... More

Management:
(definitions)

Click below for photos:
NWG-1-Bjorn Kjos - RYR Michael OLeary-2017-02.jpg
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-2007-07
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-2009-01-A
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-2009-01-B
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-2009-01-C
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-2009-01-D
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-2009-01-E
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-2009-01-F
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-2012-02
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-2014-03
NWG-1-BJORN KJOS-TO USA-2014-07
NWG-2-DANIEL SKJELDAM-2009-11
NWG-3-Tore Ostby - 2017-09.jpg

BJORN KISE, CHAIRMAN.

BJOERN KJOS, FOUNDER & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
March 2014: Interview by Amy Hanna, Anna Aero (aa) - - SEE PHOTO - - "NWG-1-BJOERN KJOS-2014-03:"
aa: You’ve been going around making claims that Norwegian (NWG) will become the world’s 1st truly global airline, without any geographical division. How is (NWG) accomplishing this goal, and can you please provide some information on the latest developments in its low-cost, long-haul offering?
BK: We aim to accomplish the goal of becoming the world’s 1st truly global airline by taking delivery of brand new airplanes and offering innovative service, competitive fares and industry-leading products to our customers. Our philosophy is that everyone should be able to afford to fly. While traditional airlines grow outside their home markets by entering into joint ventures, co-operations or alliances (and let their locally based alliance partners fly their customers) we fly our customers ourselves to their destination. You already see the outlines of a global presence through our crew bases in Thailand and the USA.

Our long-haul routes have been very well received so far with practically full flights. We currently offer long-haul flights between Bangkok and Scandinavia, as well as between USA destinations like New York, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Orlando, and Scandinavia. We’re also looking forward to flying long-haul from London Gatwick this summer. There’s great demand for high-quality flights at a low fare between the UK and the USA, particularly to and from London Gatwick, where no other airline currently offers these routes. By launching long-haul routes between the UK and the USA, we also get a stronger foothold in markets outside Scandinavia, which is a part of our strategy to expand internationally.

aa: What have been the challenges of promoting a region-specific brand (Norwegian) in traffic-generating markets like the UK, and this year in Germany, in Spain? How much assistance does (NWG) receive from the airports, and what ways does (NWG) have of getting its message out to potential UK and German travelers wanting to go to Spain?
... More

 
Top of Page

 

Since you are not logged in, we can show you only live Airtran Airways data. This page will demonstrate the depth of data we have for every airline. Close and View Airtran Airways ›