Norwegian to give free long-haul flights and upgrades to frequent fliers in 2018

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed July 11, 2017 09:22

Norwegian to give free long-haul flights and upgrades to frequent fliers in 2018

Low-cost airline Norwegian’s loyalty programme Norwegian Reward is now giving its most frequent flying members in 2017 a free return flight or upgrade to its Premium cabin on any long-haul route for travel in 2018.

Norwegian Reward is a free-to-join loyalty scheme which gives members the chance to earn rewards and CashPoints which can lead to discounted and free Norwegian flights.

Norwegian Reward members who fly at least 20 round trips (40 one way flights) and have at least 3000 CashPoints earned on flight tickets by 31 December 2017 will receive a free return flight to any one of Norwegian’s 13 long-haul destinations from Gatwick.
Flights are redeemable in January 2018 with a valid travel period throughout the entire year of 2018.

The loyalty programme is also offering members who fly at least 10 round trips (20 one way flights) on flexible tickets in 2017 a free upgrade to Premium on any long-haul route.

Members can book the lowest available economy fares for long-haul travel at any time of the year in 2018 and upgrade to Premium free of charge.

“Our members have easier access to discounted and free flights through a range of new partners which reflects the robust growth in our UK membership that has increased more than 50 per cent in the past year alone,” says Brede Huser, SVP at Norwegian Reward. “Now 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.”

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed July 11, 2017 09:22