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Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, or simply Norwegian, is the second largest airline in Scandinavia and the third largest low-cost airline in Europe. Norwegian was founded in 1993 as a regional carrier, and in 2002 it started operating as a low-cost airline on busy routes. The airline has more than 100 planes in its fleet, and there is an order of another 150 planes which will be delivered starting mid-2017.

Norwegian serves more than 130 destinations, including Israel. As of 2017, Norwegian flies to three destinations from Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport, each of them twice a week: Barcelona in Spain, Copenhagen in Denmark, and Stockholm (Arlanda) in Sweden. In 2013 Norwegian started long-haul flights to New York, so you can check for low prices on connecting flights via Stockholm.

Information correct as of March 2017

Why Fly With Norwegian

How to Check-in

Check-in period is between 24 hours and 60 minutes before your flight to or from Tel Aviv. You can do the whole process online via Norwegian’s website or use the Travel Assistant App. If you gave your mobile number when you booked your trip, an SMS ticket would be sent to you two hours before departure. After checking in, you can scan the barcode at security screening. If you checked-in with the Travel Assistant App, your boarding pass will be displayed on your device. In case you prefer a paper boarding pass, you can scan your barcode at the airport check-in kiosks and print it out, or visit a Norwegian’s representative at the check-in counter. If you travel with hand luggage only and have a printed or mobile boarding pass, you can skip the lines and go directly to security.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

All passengers with any fare level can board the plane with one carry-on bag no larger than 55x40x23 cm and one personal item with the maximum dimensions of 25x33x20 cm. LowFare, Lowfare+, and Premium tickets have a maximum weight of 10 kg. Flex and PremiumFlex passengers have a more generous allowance of 15 kg. On all flights excluding long-haul, there is no baggage allowance for LowFare tickets. LowFare+ can bring one item of up to 20 kg. Flex tickets can drop off two items of 20 kg. On long haul flights, there are no bags included for LowFare tickets. LowFare+ have one piece of 20 kg, and Flex, Premium, and PremiumFlex can bring two items. Excess baggage will be charged €11 per kg at the airport, so make sure you purchase it in advance for a much lower price. For instance, the cost for one piece of luggage to Copenhagen of 20 kg will cost €20, and two pieces cost €50 with LowFare.

Seating

During the booking process, Norwegian will give you the option to choose your seat for a fee, in case you want to guarantee your favorite window or aisle seat. If you don’t care where to sit, your seat will be assigned to you on the day of departure by Norwegian. The fee for reserved seats is €9-19 per person, each way. Check your fare level; you may be entitled to pick your seat for free. Are you tall or need the extra space for your legs? Norwegian doesn’t charge higher rates for these seats, so it's best to get in quick and reserve your seat when making your booking.

Booking Fees

You can pay with Amex, Diners, MasterCard and Visa. Norwegian charges a 1.99% fee for paying with credit cards. If you want your booking details to be sent to you by SMS, there is a €1 charge. You can also book a cancellation protection for €12. Please note that Skyscanner doesn’t add any fees and charges.

Service on Board

Norwegian offers you to purchase soft and hot drinks, alcoholic beverages, snacks and lights meals. When we hear “low-cost”, we know that we need to pay for any extra service. However, Norwegian offers free Wi-Fi on most of its flights. Bring your own device, connect and surf. You will have access to Norwegian’s VOD service with a range of movies and TV shows.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.