Norwegian Air Shuttle were founded in 1993. They are the third largest ‘low-cost’ airline in Europe and the 9th largest overall in the European Union. They have a fleet of 90 Boeing 737-800s, 4 Boeing 737-300s and 8 new Boeing Dreamliner 787s. They operate to 126 destinations both short-haul throughout Europe and also long-haul to America and Bangkok and have over 3,700 employees.
Delayed flights information for Norwegian Air show that 4.59% of flights were delayed by an hour or more and 0.81% of flights were delayed by 3 hours or more. This put them a poor 28th overall when compared with the top 35 operating airlines in the EU.
Norwegian Air are also poor when it comes to responding to delayed flight compensation claims. We submit many airline compensation claims to them but they often fail to reply in a reasonable period. We do not currently have any special arrangements in place to work with the airline and so instead we are issuing legal proceedings against them on numerous claims in order to enforce our customer’s right to their EU Flight Delay Compensation.
|Airline compensation claims|
|Aer Lingus flight compensation claims||Lufthansa flight compensation claims||Thomas Cook Airlines flight compensation claims|
|British Airways flight compensation claims||Monarch Airlines flight compensation claims||Thomson Airways flight compensation claims|
|easyJet flight compensation claims||Norwegian Air flight compensation claims||United Airlines flight compensation claims|
|Flybe flight compensation claims||Ryanair flight compensation claims||Virgin Atlantic flight compensation claims|
|Jet2.com flight compensation claims||Small Planet flight compensation claims|