Airline Norvegian (Norwegian Air). Official site.
Norwegian Air Shuttle (known as Norwegian) - Norwegian budget airline company with headquarters in Fornebu (Oslo suburb). The company is the second largest (after SAS) aviation company in Scandinavia, and the third by the volume of traffic and the size of the fleet low-cost aviation companies in Europe (after EasyJet and Ryanair).
Norwegian's route network includes a route 331 120 destinations in the Middle East, Europe and North Africa. And employs approximately 2500 employees (of which ~ 70 pilots in Finland).
Simultaneously, the company is a major Norwegian Group and owns 100 percent of the shares of subsidiaries Norwegian Air Shuttle Sweden AB (Norwegian.se) and Norwegian Air Shuttle Polska Sp. z oo. In addition, Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA is fully owned telephone company Call Norwegian AS, management companies NAS Asset Management Norway AS and NAS Asset Management and 20% of the financial holding company Norwegian Finans Holding ASA (including Bank Norwegian AS).
Norwegian in 2015 year in Finland was replaced by a service provider of ground handling companies c Aviator Finland at Airpro, which is a subsidiary of state Finavia.
Norwegian fleet as of July 2014 95 years includes aircraft - 9 Boeing 737-300, 79 Boeing 737-800, and 7 Boeing 787-8. More 229 aircraft ordered, including, 7 Boeing 787 Dreamliner to open May 2013, the long-haul routes to Bangkok and New York.
Aviation company throughout its history has applied several types of aircraft, some of which were subsequently taken out of service due to the increase of the company and change of its strategic plans. The company is on the 1993 2002 year only operate turboprop aircraft Fokker F-50, mainly on regional routes of short duration. The company after reaching the main areas of aircraft Boeing 737 stopped flying on F-50 2003 at the end of the year, and sold the last three turboprop machines in the early 2004 years. At the beginning of the period in the Navy a short time there is only Boeing 737-500 as an interim solution pending the supply Boeing 737-300. Following the acquisition of the Swedish low-budget carrier FlyNordic in 2007, the Norwegian airline company has inherited eight aircraft of the MD-80. The last one was taken out of the Navy two years later.
Basic data airline Norwegian Air:
Country Airlines Sweden.
Low cost air lines Sweden, formerly known as FlyNordic.
Year of occurrence airlines: 2000.
IATA airline code: LF.
ICAO airline code: NDC.
Norvegian (Norwegian Air). Official site:www.norwegian.se
Main airports airlines: Stockholm Arlanda.
The mailing address of airlines: Box242, Stockholm Arlanda Airport, 19047Stockholm, Sweden.
City Airline Phone: + 46770457700.
Airlines Fax: + 46858554499.
Domestic flights airlines: Kiruna, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Lulea Ostersund Umea.
International Flights Airlines Lyon, Copenhagen, Turin, Oslo.
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