Norwegian Airlines changes low-cost air travel for South America

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Norwegian Air has become something of a surprise success story. Founded in 1993, in recent years it has vastly expanded its low-cost, long-haul business model. Norwegian’s seemingly constant deployment of new Boeing 737 and 787 jets has fueled an enormous expansion in service. This allowed Norwegian to become a credible competitor to the legacy airlines, particularly with leisure travelers linking South America to the rest of the world.

Last year, Norwegian reported its highest-ever passenger figures, carrying more than 37 million flyers. Also in 2018, Norwegian became the largest non-U.S. airline on transatlantic routes in the New York market. By carrying 1.67 million passengers, it surpassed British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, Air France and many others in the populous market.

After several years of strong global expansion, Norwegian has managed to build a solid foundation in their efforts to become one of the world’s leading low-cost airlines, thanks to our dedicated customers and colleagues. We have now entered a new phase where their strategic focus is changing from expansion and growth to profitability.

In Argentina, these also offer a domestic service and well as an international one.

Norwegian Domestic Argentine Routes

Norwegian offers you a wide range of exciting routes, brand-new aircraft, great service, and affordable prices. When flying Norwegian, you’ll be pleased to know that you are flying with one of the greenest airlines in the world.

Their aircraft fleet, which has an average age of just 3.8 years, have reduced emissions per passenger kilometer by 30% since 2008. Norwegian is 33% more fuel efficient than the industry average on transatlantic routes?

In Norwegian latest travel magazine, Buenos Aires based Sorrel Moseley-Williams has written a great piece on Rio architecture. Rio has just been chosen as UNESCO’s first World Capital of Architecture.

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