Norwegian reaches out to corporate customers

Low-cost carrier increases frequent flyer incentives
Despite its reputation as a low-cost airline, Norwegian announced this morning that it had increased the amount of rewards companies can earn on all of its flights. Routes to long-haul destinations are also now included for the first time.
Norwegian says the move offers “a huge boost to business travellers” using its links to key business destinations like New York, Los Angeles and Boston.
The level of the carrier’s CashPoints that companies can earn has now been increased in the airline’s two corporate agreements for companies – the Corporate Bonus scheme, where companies earn rewards for flights booked. These have been increased to allow companies to earn 12% CashPoints on Premium and Economy Flex tickets to all destinations.
And in the Direct Discount scheme, where companies can get immediate discounts, a scheme now increased to allow companies to earn an 8% discount on Premium and Economy Flex tickets to all destinations.
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