Norwegian has today announced the handling of two million passengers in September 2023, representing another record month for the airline.
To be exact, 2,030,052 passengers were handled, which represents an increase of eight per cent compared to the same period last year.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Norwegian Handles 2m Passengers For September…
99.7% of scheduled flights operated, with the majority of the cancelled ones being due to the ATC issues at London Gatwick Airport as well as national strikes that happened in Italy last month.
“September was yet another good month for Norwegian. We had more than two million passengers, and our operational performance is again among the top airlines in Europe.”
“Our recorded regularity is now at the strongest level in over 18 months, while our on-time-performance also improves further.”
“Our solid and efficient operations provide predictability for all customers that choose to fly Norwegian, either for leisure or business purposes”.
“As we approach the winter season, we have adjusted our operations to align with the travel patterns in the quieter winter trading period.”
“A clear and continued trend is that our destinations in southern Europe experience continued robust demand among people from the Nordics.”
“In addition, a new trend this autumn is the rise in popularity of city breaks to eastern Europe in particular”.
Overall, it was a good month for Norwegian, with all eyes on them now to see how October performs as well as the rest of the Winter season.
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