Norse Atlantic Airways Reports Strong January 2024

Norse Atlantic Airways Reports Strong January 2024
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Norse Atlantic Airways has this week reported it’s passenger numbers and load factors for January 2024, showing strong growth.

The carrier has been striving to improve numbers and get 2024 off to a good start.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Norse Atlantic Airways Reports Strong January 2024…

Norse Atlantic Airways Reports Strong January 2024
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Norse Atlantic Airways handled 65,116 passengers across 313 flights in January, with their load factors rising 12% year-on-year to 64%.

Of the 313 flights, 31 were charter flights, with the rest being commercially scheduled operations.

71% of flights arrived within 15 minutes of their scheduled arrival time and had a completion rate of 100% overall.

Commenting on these results was Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO and Founder Norse Atlantic Airways:

“The first month of the year represented strong year on year growth for Norse Atlantic with increases in load factor, ASK and RPK, demonstrating that we are on the correct flightpath.”

“We have continued our strategy to optimize fleet utilisation over the quieter winter period by operating a greater number of charters, a total of 31 in January, and we continue to see high levels of interest in our services in this sector.”

“Following a positive year on year start to ticket sales at the beginning of January I am pleased to note that this has continued through to the end of the month for both short and long lead bookings”.

All eyes will be on how their 2024 goes, as well as how they take each month moving forward.

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