Norwegian opens UK headquarters at Gatwick

Norwegian has opened its new UK headquarters at Gatwick Airport, the low-cost airline’s first base outside Norway.

The airline has become Gatwick’s third largest airline, after British Airways and EasyJet, handling 3.9 million passengers per year, and more than 700 pilots, cabin crew and staff working from its Gatwick base.

Asgeir Nyseth, CEO at Norwegian UK said: “This is an exciting new milestone in Norwegian’s pursuit of substantial growth across the UK. Our new UK headquarters symbolises our commitment to this hugely important strategic market, and it allows us to grow steadily in an engaging work environment. That said, we intend to continue capturing the hearts of UK consumers through unmatched service, brand new aircraft and direct routes to the most exciting destinations – all at affordable fares.”

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