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User currently offlinenewbief1yer From UK - England, joined Dec 2012, 399 posts, RR: 2
Posted (2 years 8 months 4 weeks 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 13902 times:

Hello fellow A’netters. Hope you're all well. The below trip report is our 5 day trip to Norway in August, 2013.

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1: Norwegian Air Shuttle DY: LGW - TOS
DY 2470
Flight Reg: LN-DYJ ; delivered Jan 2011
Boeing 737-8JP/W named "Georg Brandes"
Seat 2A
Load 55%
Departure time 08:15 ( 08:30 )
Arrival 12:50 ( 13:00 )
24 Aug 2013
Price: GBP 60.90 (All inclusive including hold luggage)

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Start of the trip as usual it was a Rainy day in London. We Used the south long term parking. being a bank holiday weekend the airport and the parking facilities were Pretty busy. Finally found an empty parking bay, and a quick shuttle ride later we were at the entrance of the South terminal, at London Gatwick.

LGW Shopping (Duty free)

Taking over Gatwick.?? – i don't see why not, superb experience with Norwegian on this trip. Faultless.

Self scanned bag drop. Worked very well for our trip. Always less than 5 minutes to check in, print boarding passes and baggage drop. Simple, clean and modern!

Gatwick on a bank holiday Saturday morning, 6:30 AM.


We were flying Norwegian this time, to Norway, and this was our first time with them. Wasn't expecting too much being a LCC, but had heard a good review of them thus far.
Check was through self check-in kiosk. Very efficient and quick, Bag drop is also a self scan procedure. Scan the bag and away it goes.

Amazing Norwegian! Text message before every flight with gate details and link to the ticket page, Superb!

Through security check and air side in less than 15 min. Love the new gatwick airport.

Quick grab of coffee from apostrophe. Duty free shopping. And gate was announced.

Looked like a fairly empty flight as the gate was pretty relaxed and empty. Boarding called on time. Everyone on board by 8:10. But due to bank holiday weekend gatwick was busy and there was Delayed slightly because of fueling.

Embarked from the gate at 8:30. But again there was a lot of traffic on the single gatwick runway. Finally airborne by 9:05.

LGW-TOS: Georg brandes. A danish literary critic. LN-DYJ; Boeing 737-8JP/W




Captain announcement was superb and explained the delay was due to the aircraft arriving late at the gate from the remote terminal where it was parked overnight. He asked us to expect turbulence for the first 15 min followed by a fairly smooth flight through to tromso. Very good announcements.

So far this is proving to be easily the best domestic European carrier I have flown in. Leave alone a lcc.

On board Norwegian aircrafts





Wi-fi working seamlessly on board the Norwegian. It worked well in all our 4 flights, without a single glitch! Kudos!

The Lovely Boeing 737 with sky interiors – i personally prefer this so much more than an A320, not sure why though.


Cockpit view Boeing 737

Was allowed to take a photo of the flight deck. Very impressed.
Free wi fi on board worked a treat. Youtube. Voip phone calls all worked seamlessly. Only thing I wasn't able to do was login to any secured https secure website. Wanted to book a flight ticket but could never reach the card details page. So gave up after sometime.

Fairly empty flight. Total of 75 passengers.

Great sky interiors.

Leg space in the first row of a Norwegian B-737

Very good service. Comfortable aircraft. Good seat pitch. Ideal for a 3.5 hour flight.
Landed at 1:00 pm local time. Great views whilst landing. In fact one of the best I have witnessed. Fantastic weather.
Tromso – view from above, before landing


Enroute to Tromso



Tromso airport is minuscule but does its job well. Car rental was a breeze. And Tromso. Here we come!

Inside Tromso airport

Tromso is a small little island with a unique charm to it. We were at our hotel in 15 minutes of picking our car.

The first evening we Whiled away at the botanical garden, the arctic church and the cable car up the mountain ( very table mountainesuqe ) . We ended our day shopping at the coop for our next days drive as we were warned that 'everything' will be closed on a Sunday in Norway.

The next day we started our drive into Senja after our breakfast. And we knew it as soon as we left Tromso that we were in for a spectacularly beautiful drive and we were not disappointed one bit.

The roads in Norway are of very high standard but speed limits are low. This is mainly due to the terrain and the windy and rollercoasteresque roads. But on the whole a pleasure to drive. Our ride, the Peugeot 208 was nippy and was a fun car to be in.

From Senja it was a quick ferry ride into Sommoroy, and within an hour, we were back in Tromso. Pretty eventful day and we ended it with a sumptuous meal at a Thai restaurant in the outskirts of Tromso. Our next part of the iternerary was our flight from Tromso to Bergen, via Trondheim, the next day.

2A: Norwegian Air Shuttle DY: TOS - TRD
DY 151
Flight Reg: LN-NOY ; delivered Jan 2012
Boeing 737-8JP/W named "Knud Rasmussen"
Seat 1A
Load 80%
Departure time 16:00 (15:50)
Arrival 17:30 (17:20)

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2B: Norwegian Air Shuttle DY: TRD - BGO
DY 175
Flight Reg: LN-NOC ; delivered Feb 2008, previously with Air Europa; built 2001
Boeing 737-8JP/W named " Portrait of "Ole Bull" "
Seat 1A
Load 80%
Departure time 20:20 ( 20:15)
Arrival 21:20 (21:10)
26 Aug 2013
Price: GBP 78.40 (All inclusive including hold luggage)

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Dy 151 Tromso to trondheim. Again check in was super quick. Was at the airport by 1:30pm. Dropped car keys. Self printed boarding pass and baggage tag and dropped at baggage drop in counter. Nothing much to do at arrivals section so proceeded to security.

Again got front row seats 1 a and b for both sectors of the flight.

Oslo bound Norwegian at TOS

Once air-side there were a few duty free shops and some decent restaurants. There was also free wi-fi for two hours. Which worked well.

Whiled away time surfing the net and watching few programs online and before we knew it it was time to board our first flight of the day to trondheim.

The packed cup noodles did prove effective and it was lunch sorted! Result!

Not too much to plane spot as there were only a few sas and windroe flights. The traffic started picking up near the time of our flight. There was a Norwegian to alicante about the same time as our flight.

Tromso – Trondheim : LN-NOY


Plane spotting at TOS: Wideroe Bombradier Dash 100

Is this LHR or TOS? Traffic at TOS.

TOS airport; very similar to TRD airport, in one of the other pictures here, similar layout and the choice of duty free.


TOS airport, airside

Plane spotting at TOS; a 1998 built Boeing 737-683, SAS: LN-RPZ

TOS airport

Front row seats fantastic leg space although the width of the seat is compromised by the tables inside the arm rest. Only drawback being you cannot keep luggage with you whilst take off and landing. Not even your camera and jackets needed to be worn or kept in the overhead locker. This was something the cabin crew were strictly enforcing and it seemed to be adhered to strictly in all Norwegian flights. Due to this no landing and take off shots were possible. Maybe row 2,3 or 4 maybe be a better option as the leg space is good enough yet you are able to keep your belongings with you.

Good fun with the 'make your own plane' in the in-flight magazine. Also an interesting article on the 787 complete with facts and figures. A good read.

Aircraft from TOS - TRD

Take off was 10 minutes early at 15:50. Flight time of 1hr 16 minutes announced.

Through checked in for our flight from Tromso to Bergen via trondheim. Really good of Norwegian. I don't think I know of another lcc that do through check in. Anyone knows of any? In fact I am not sure Norwegian is actually a lcc. Even iberia charge for food domestic Europe and are considered spains national carrier. So Norwegian with its free wi-fi and through check in facilities, not so sure. So far Norwegian have exceeded my expectations. Two more sectors with them. Lets see how it curtails.

All airports seem to have aerobridges. in terms of convenience its very good but not so good for the plane spotters and photos  

Super quick and efficient turn around of Norwegian aircraft. Whilst my short stay in Norway airports I have hardly seen any Norwegian aircraft stay in any airport for over 30 minutes.

Trondheim to Bergen. LN-NOC. 12 year old bird, being with air europa until 2008. One of few older aircraft that Norwegian have.

Trondheim Airport, airside

It was a quick 55 minutes flight into Bergen and we had parked at our gate by 9:10 pm. Baggage was quick to arrive and we were out of the airport within 15 minutes.

Norwegian flight from TRDBGO; LN-NOC ;delivered Feb 2008, previoudly with Air Europa; built 2001


Once out of the airport there a couple of options in reaching the city center. Via the express shuttle there are two options. One is the more direct flybusruggen and the other a slightly more convoluted sas bus. We chose the sas bus as it stopped closer to our hotel. 35 minutes later we were in our hotel room.

Airport shuttle in Bergen

The next day was the start of our Norway in a Nushell tour – comprising of a train ride from bergen to Voss, followed by a coach drive from Voss to Gudvagen, and then onto a Fjord cruise to Flam. All the while the scenery was breathtaking and few sample pictures attached along this report.

We had an overnight halt in scenic Flam, and then continued our journey onto Oslo the next day, via the Flam railway to Myrdal and finally a 5 hour train ride from Myrdal to Oslo Central.

3: Norwegian Air Shuttle DY: OSL - LGW
DY 1302
Flight Reg: [url= http://www.airframes.org/reg/lnnoz ] LN-NOZ [/url]; delivered Jan 2012
Boeing 737-8JP/W named " Gidsken Jakobsen "
Seat 7A
Load 90%
Departure time 07:20 (07:20)
Arrival 08:40 (08:30)
29 Aug 2013
Price: GBP 42.90 (All inclusive including hold luggage)

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We had an early morning flight the next day to London Gatwick. Similar to all our Norwegian flights so far, the check in process was seamless at Oslo, and being their Hub, i wasn't expecting anything less.

OSL Airport





LN-NOZ – Flight from OSLLGW; Gidsken Jakobsen; delivered Jan 2012


Plane spotting at OSL


It was a busy period at Oslo airport at the time of the day. Once through security check, the duty free is pretty decent and a wide selection of shops and restaurants.

We reached our boarding gate with 20 minutes to spare and boarding was just about to begin. The flight looked fairly full and we boarded on time.

The captain announced that we would be on time and the it was going to be a smooth ride in Gatiwck, and true to his promise it was once again an uneventful, in the nicest possible way, flight and we were out of the London Gatwick within half an hour of landing.

As always, you never realise how quickly time flies when you are having a great time, and Norway did not disappoint us at all. The only small gripe about Norway is the lack of food options and the prices charged for it. But food aside, the scenery was absolutely stunning, and through out our trip we got to experience great weather with great sunshine and a cool temperature.

Hope you liked the report and please feel free to comment. Until next time, happy flying and a safe trip.

Few snapshot pics from our trip, hopefully i could do justice to the raw beauty of Norway.

Sunset views from Tromso

Senja island



View from the Top – Tromso island; note you can see the Arctic Cathedral on this picture

Arctic Cathedral, Tromso

Train to Voss from bergen Train station

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User currently offlineRyanairGuru From Australia, joined Oct 2006, 6960 posts, RR: 8
Reply 1, posted (2 years 8 months 4 weeks 21 hours ago) and read 13520 times:

Thanks for the great report. Norwegian look like they have a very decent product for these short intra-Europe and domestic sectors, and seem like a very pleasant airline.

I was in Norway (Bergen, Nordfjord, Sognefjord) for 2 weeks in 2006, and absolutely fell in love with the place. I can't wait to go back, and your photos reinforced this. The only problem is that I need to earn a lot of money first, as you say the food and drink options aren't cheap!

Worked Hard, Flew Right
User currently offlinenewbief1yer From UK - England, joined Dec 2012, 399 posts, RR: 2
Reply 2, posted (2 years 8 months 4 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 13295 times:

Quoting RyanairGuru (Reply 1):
Thanks for the great report

My pleasure RyanairGuru. Yes, Norwegian's hard and soft products are both really good, very impressed. They are definitely a no frill airline with giving you a bit more. their website is a lesson in e-commerce, barring the non availability of online check in facility, which is negated by the self check in counters and the self baggage scan check in desks, never had any sort of issues during check in.

Norway is fantastic too, if you can avoid eating for a few days  

User currently offlineinvaders From Norway, joined May 2012, 409 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (2 years 8 months 3 weeks 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 12378 times:

Nice to see how it actually can work with Norwegian at LGW. The two last times I flew DY from LGW( LGW-TRF in june and LGW-BGO last september) they seemed to have problems with their check-in so it took us around a hour to drop of our bags.. Hopefully it will be better when I fly LGW-BGO sunday 15 of september  

And nice to read that you had a good time in Norway, despite the price-level  

User currently offlineglobalflyer From United States of America, joined Dec 2005, 1048 posts, RR: 3
Reply 4, posted (2 years 8 months 3 weeks 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 12360 times:

Really great pictures of Norway! What a beautiful country that is on my bucket list but I hear that you need a bank loan to enjoy it!

Landing on every Continent almost on an annual basis!
User currently offlinenewbief1yer From UK - England, joined Dec 2012, 399 posts, RR: 2
Reply 5, posted (2 years 8 months 3 weeks 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 12297 times:

Quoting invaders (Reply 3):
Hopefully it will be better when I fly LGW-BGO sunday 15 of septembe

I am sure it will invaders. Easily the best check in process i have encountered. seamless. efficient. effortless!

Quoting globalflyer (Reply 4):
you need a bank loan to enjoy it

true. As a rough average, you are looking at around GBP 100.00 per day per person if you are travelling anywhere in Europe, including flights. (E.g, you are looking at around GBP 300 per person for a 3 day trip to, say, Rome, or Amsterdam, all inclusive)

Norway this rate stands at GBP 250 per night per person, including cheap flights. so yeah, not cheap. But worth it, though. Hopefully you get to travel to Norway soon and can post your trip report  

User currently offlinenewbief1yer From UK - England, joined Dec 2012, 399 posts, RR: 2
Reply 6, posted (2 years 8 months 3 weeks 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 12297 times:

Quoting globalflyer (Reply 4):
Really great pictures of Norway


User currently offlineinvaders From Norway, joined May 2012, 409 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (2 years 8 months 3 weeks 4 days 2 hours ago) and read 12232 times:

Norway is not that bad, but like every other place you get overcharged at places with many tourists. But imo the best places in Norway is discarded by those majoy tour-companies.

@newbief1yer. On the flight to Tromsø, did you notice if it was mainly englishmen or norwegians?

User currently offlinenewbief1yer From UK - England, joined Dec 2012, 399 posts, RR: 2
Reply 8, posted (2 years 8 months 3 weeks 3 days 23 hours ago) and read 12150 times:

Quoting invaders (Reply 7):
On the flight to Tromsø, did you notice if it was mainly Englishmen or norwegians

I would say that it looked quite multi-cultural, hard to pinpoint any particular nationalities on board. Quite a few Norwegians, but i would say closer to 20-30% not more.

Captain sounded was Norwegian, with a very strong English accent! The CC were all Norwegians though

User currently offlineMortyman From Norway, joined Aug 2006, 5000 posts, RR: 1
Reply 9, posted (2 years 8 months 3 weeks 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 12003 times:

Quoting newbief1yer (Thread starter):
the lack of food options

What kind of Food option did you miss ? Or was it only the price that was the problem ?

User currently offlinenewbief1yer From UK - England, joined Dec 2012, 399 posts, RR: 2
Reply 10, posted (2 years 8 months 3 weeks 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 11933 times:

Quoting Mortyman (Reply 9):
What kind of Food option did you miss ? Or was it only the price that was the problem ?

Combination of both Mortyman.
For instance, on the Sunday when we were in the island of Senja, we had no options for lunch, every single restaurant, cafes was closed. We were advised before hand of shops being closed, but didn't know that that it was a complete lock down. we ended up eating crisps for lunch  
But we realised that people pack lunch when they come for such drives, and it hindsight if we had done that, it would have been the most picturesque lunch we would've had, in the back drops of the lovely island.

En-route, We found a lot of viewing spots with good facilities like bins, fixed tables and seats, so in that aspect it was great.

Next time  

User currently offlinenewbief1yer From UK - England, joined Dec 2012, 399 posts, RR: 2
Reply 11, posted (1 year 7 months 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 7434 times:

London to Stavanger Trip Report on Norwegian


Thanks to gcmaps

Background to this trip was, I had just received my newly mint fresh British passport after my naturalisation process couple of months ago, and wanted to make use of the newly gained freedom of just catching a flight and travelling the world without the hassle and the rigour of applying a tourist visa to over 170 countries worldwide – and it felt good.

On my previous trip we missed out on the trek to Pulpit Rock as we didn't get the right opportunity to do it, so now was the time.

I shall try and keep the wording to as less as possible and this is going to be more of a photo report, as the above report details Norwegian quite in detail.

The new feature now is that up to 24 hours before, on-line check in possible now. Unfortunately the seat assignment is automatic (unless you pay for seating) and Got assigned 17A, B. Tried to change seats, which we were told was free of charge, but wasn't possible through the website.

Website not the best but does its job. Service centres, even with the rise of number of flights from the UK, had only Norwegian call centres (during the time of booking).

Akin to the previous experience, the Norwegian web experience was very utilitarian with minimal fuss.

Stats (Since 2010, when I started maintaining my flight reports):

5th and 6th time on DY.
11th and 12th time on B737-800

Norwegian Airlines - DY 1337 and 1336: LGWSVG - LGW
Flight Reg: LNNGV ; delivered March 2014
Boeing 737-800 with winglets
Seat 1F and 3F
Departure time 21:05 (Actual 21:00); return: 19:45 (Actual: 19:45)
Arrival time 23:45 (Actual 23:35); Return: 20:35 (Actual: 20:25)
17th and 19th October 2014
Total paid for both tickets £180.00

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On the day of the flight, went ahead and parked the car at APH Long stay parking. Even though it says it is for Gatwick, it is like Ryanair selling tickets for Barcelona Girona Airport, just not worth the hassle, and I would rather book a parking space nearer to the airport.

Friday evening is a busy time at Gatwick and the check in counters for DY was no different. Long queue for check in, but swift. When asked, Lady at check in counter said that there were seats in the first row! So changed to the first row. (Tip – don’t bother paying for seating, as so far, we’ve managed to get seats right up in the front 3 rows during check in at the airport).

Gatwick seems more efficient now. Busy Friday evening and we were in front of the duty free in less than 10 minutes. The duty free looks upgraded too. So far a great experience of Gatwick.

Had a very fulfilling dinner at Nandos. Looking at the FIDS I saw an Iraqi air for departure this evening to Erbil. Hopefully I get to photo shoot it. (Didn’t happen)


Boarding was on time and efficient. Flight was around 75 load factor. On time boarding and disembarked 5 minutes before schedule at 21:00.

Lights were dimmed during take-off, showing off the glamorous sky interiors. Once airborne food service started promptly. They do not accept British pounds but card transaction accepted. One thing strange was that there was no Wi-Fi on board and the reason given was that since it was a new aircraft, it wasn't installed.

Rest of the flight uneventful in the best possible way.

Landed in SVG 10minutes ahead of schedule and ours was the last flight for the day. Baggage arrived in 10 minutes and we were at our hotel across the road in 15 minutes since landing (Scandic hotel, previously Rica hotel)

Return flight

Once again checked in online and was pre assigned some seats at the rear of the aircraft. Upon physically checking in at the airport, we were again given a wide range of seats upfront. Picked the third row this time.

Stavanger airport is good for its size. Decent shops and restaurants and we had over two hours before boarding and was able to catch up on some decent food and drinks. Free Wi-Fi all along the airport helped too.

Once again boarding started on time and had not hassle during boarding. This time, the flight load factor was closer to around 60% full. There were a lot of seats at the front of the aircraft that were empty, unusually it was rear heavy!

Nothing much to report during the rest of the flight and the quick 1hr 30 min hop flew by (pun intended) and even before we knew it, we had landed at LGW south terminal.

Final Verdict

As I have said before, DY is one of the best European short haul carriers to fly in. Hassle free and very Scandinavian in design – minimalist and efficient. On time, clean aircrafts, courteous service, and great value for money ticket prices, good ground handling and on the whole had a great flight with them and would not hesitate to use them for intra Europe hops. A well-deserved 9.5/10 (0.5 deducted for no Wi-Fi on board, although we were told that it would be there during the time of booking)

Hope you enjoyed this quick editing of my trip report. Until next time, safe flying and keep the reports coming... Adios.

Gatwick on a Friday evening

Gatwick South - Airside

Gatwick South – FIDS and other random shots

Our ride to SVGLN-NGV; Boeing 737-800 with winglets delivered new to DY in April 2014; one of the few new aircrafts in their fleet to not have a famous Scandinavian on their tail fin. Euro White instead.

LN-NGV interiors pics

SVG Airport – Arrivals (love the grey and blue sofas, very Scandinavian – neat, minimal and seek)

SVG – Check in area

SVG departure

Not the best plane to plane spot, but few of the aircrafts that were present at SVG while we were waiting to board

If we didn’t get enough time on LN-NGV; well, return flight, LN-NGV  http://i1274.photobucket.com/albums/y437/Varun_KR/Fotor01022214418_zps9a8cd8d8.jpg

DY hub at LGW

Pulpit rock…unreal!

Our ride

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User currently offlinelesfalls From United States of America, joined Dec 2013, 2408 posts, RR: 1
Reply 12, posted (1 year 7 months 4 days 23 hours ago) and read 7342 times:

Quoting newbief1yer (Reply 11):

Great trip report. Thank you for posting. Not many trip reports of Norwegian but finnaly one which makes me very happy  

Question:What was the average load for both flights?


DY 787 for the win!
User currently offlinenewbief1yer From UK - England, joined Dec 2012, 399 posts, RR: 2
Reply 13, posted (1 year 7 months 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 7219 times:

Quoting lesfalls (Reply 12):
Great trip report

Thanks lesfalls.

Quoting lesfalls (Reply 12):
Question:What was the average load for both flights?
Quoting newbief1yer (Reply 11):
Flight was around 75 load factor

This was for LGW - SVG

Quoting newbief1yer (Reply 11):
This time, the flight load factor was closer to around 60% full

And this for the return flight

User currently offlineOA260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 30077 posts, RR: 59
Reply 14, posted (1 year 7 months 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 7027 times:

Hi and thanks for the report.  

Great read and photos. I have not flown DY yet but would like to try them out sometime.

Interesting they do the self tag thing at LGW. Is there a staff member there to supervise if something is wrong? They had it some years ago at DUB and it didn't work.

The one thing I would like to see them do ( if they don't already ) is pre order meals like EI/AB/LS etc...



User currently offlinenewbief1yer From UK - England, joined Dec 2012, 399 posts, RR: 2
Reply 15, posted (1 year 7 months 4 days ago) and read 6824 times:

Quoting OA260 (Reply 14):
Hi and thanks for the report

My pleasure.

Quoting OA260 (Reply 14):
Is there a staff member there to supervise if something is wrong?

Yes they do have staff to supervise. Dont think that too many people had issues as the line seemed to be moving quite swiftly.

Quoting OA260 (Reply 14):
The one thing I would like to see them do ( if they don't already ) is pre order meals like EI/AB/LS etc

Yes, perhaps a good idea. Although i doubt if they have any hot food on board of mention.

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