Norwegian and TUI Forge Ahead with Charter Flight Agreement
OSLO - Norwegian, one of Europe's leading low-cost carriers, has announced the continuation of its charter flight operations for TUI, the world's largest charter operator. The agreement encompasses the upcoming winter and summer seasons, strengthening the bond between the two aviation giants.
- Broadening Horizons: Norwegian will operate flights on TUI's behalf from Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, connecting travelers to various European destinations. This collaboration underscores the synergy between the two companies, ensuring seamless travel experiences for holiday-goers.
- A Testament to Trust: Magnus Thome Maursund, Chief Commercial Officer at Norwegian, expressed his enthusiasm about the ongoing cooperation with TUI. "TUI connects customers to many popular leisure destinations. As we continue to modernize our fleet, we anticipate welcoming numerous new customers onboard, ensuring they have a fantastic start to their holidays," Maursund remarked.
- Feedback Speaks Volumes: Tommy Serban, Commercial Officer at TUI Nordic, highlighted the trust travelers place in both TUI and Norwegian. "The airfare is a crucial aspect of the travel experience. Feedback from our customer surveys indicates that Norwegian consistently delivers excellence," Serban stated.
- Scope of Operations: The renewed agreement sees Norwegian handling 70% of TUI's charter operations in the Norwegian market. Flights will operate from various regional and main airports in Norway and Sweden, as well as from Copenhagen in Denmark.
- About Norwegian: As the largest airline in Norway, Norwegian boasts a workforce of approximately 4,500 employees. The airline offers an extensive route network within Norway, between Nordic countries, and across Europe.
TUI stands as the world's largest charter operator, renowned for its commitment to offering memorable travel experiences. With a focus on customer satisfaction, TUI consistently ranks high in traveler feedback, making it a preferred choice for many. For more details, visit Norwegian's official website.