Norwegian tops European low-cost airlines

Carrier awarded for Best European Low-Cost Airline

Norwegian has been awarded the title Best European Low-Cost Airline by the airline safety and product rating review website Its ability to offer passengers an “innovative quality product” at a low price impressed the jury.

Norwegian was also voted best low-cost airline in Europe at the SkyTrax World Airline Awards last summer.

“We have lauded Norwegian on its innovation of bringing affordable and safe travel to millions across Europe,” Geoffrey Thomas,’s editor-in-chief, said.

“Norwegian has brought a touch of class and non-stop innovation to the airline industry in Europe and now further afield, which makes Norwegian an airline to watch.”

Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos: “This proves that passengers appreciate our brand new, more environmentally friendly and comfortable aircraft, free inflight WiFi and low fares. It also shows that everyone at Norwegian works very hard every day to ensure that our passengers have a great experience.”


[photo courtesy Norwegian]


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