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Norwegian Air Shuttle has issued this traffic report:
Norwegian’s traffic figures for November are strongly affected by lower demand due to travel restrictions in Europe. The bookings for Christmas look positive.
In November, 124,481 customers flew with Norwegian, 95 percent fewer than the same month last year. Total capacity (ASK) decreased by 96 percent while passenger traffic (RPK) decreased by 98 percent. The cabin factor was 44.4 percent, a decrease of 39 percentage points.
The pandemic continues to have a negative impact on our business. With travel restrictions throughout Europe, demand will be very low. The fact that vaccines are coming soon is good news for the aviation industry and we will compete for customers when it becomes possible to travel again. Our goal is now to create a financially strong and competitive airline with a new financial structure, an adapted size of the aircraft fleet and an improved range for our customers, says CEO Jacob Schram.
62 extra departures in Norway – Tickets for next summer are now available and it looks positive with the bookings. It is clear that people have started thinking about the summer holidays. It is also worth noting that the bookings for Christmas are good and we have set up 62 extra departures in Norway. We look forward to flying our customers home for Christmas, Schram continues. In total, Norwegian completed 72.7 percent of the planned flights in November, of which 94.8 percent went according to schedule.