Norwegian reported a high load factor throughout 2015, which averaged at 86 per cent. The pre-tax result improved by 1.7 BNOK (£137 million), compared with last year. In 2015, the company reported a net profit of 75 MNOK (£6 million). The figure was heavily influenced by an unrealised loss on fuel hedging for 2016 and 2017, which makes up 800 MNOK. Adjusted for such unrealised hedging, the 2015 pre-tax results was 875 MNOK (£70 million). This was an improvement compared to -1.168 MNOK the previous year. The company’s total revenue was 22.5 BNOK (£1.8bn) – an increase of 15 per

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