Norwegian Air to Add Free Flights and Upgrades to its Frequent Flyer Program

By Paul Riegler on 20 July 2017
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A Norwegian pilot preparing for take-off

A Norwegian pilot preparing for take-off

Norwegian Air announced several enhancements to its Norwegian Reward frequent flyer program.

The additions include the ability to earn free tickets on long-haul flights as well as complimentary upgrades to the Premium cabin on long-haul flights.

Effectively immediately, members of the Norwegian Reward program who fly a minimum of 20 round-trip flights or 40 one-way flights and earn a minimum of 3,000 CashPoints by the end of 2017 will receive a complimentary round-trip flight to any long-haul destination served by the airline’s London Gatwick hub.

In addition, members who fly a minimum of ten round trips or 20 one-way flights on flexible tickets in 2017 will receive a complimentary upgrade to Premium that is redeemable in 2018 on any long-haul route operated by the carrier. The upgrade may be used on the lowest available economy-class fares without any blackout dates.

“Our most frequent fliers can fly Norwegian to their long-haul destination of choice and enjoy high quality comfort in economy or Premium on the 787 Dreamliner entirely for free,” said Brede Huser, the airline’s senior vice president for its Reward frequent flyer program.

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