Norwegian Air has come up with a cargo company that coordinates and utilizes the capacity of the route network of Norwegian in a bid to attract more partners in business.
Norwegian’s new Cargo AS is a low-cost carrier owned by Norwegian that administers global market through its General Sales Agents Agreements.
The company directly manages the market in Nordic Countries that give space for more direct agreements.
Norwegian’s Director Ground Operation & In-flight Services Bjorn Erik Barman-Jenssen said that with Norwegian’s continuous growth and launch of flights to U.S. and Thailand, this is the correct time to come up with a separate entity to maintain and develop transportation of goods and to make sure of the maximum utilization of the available cargo capacity.
Norwegian transports cargo within Scandinavia presently. The establishment means Norwegian’s entire route network over 120 destinations available for customers those are in need of transporting goods.