Norwegian Airlines Set To Increase Premium Seats On Dreamliners


Norwegian Airlines is set to increase the number of premium seats on some of its new B787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. The current layout is 309 in economy and 35 in Premium but some new planes will be offering 56 Premium seats which is 21 more than currently offered.

What Do You Get If You Fly In Norwegian’s Premium Cabin?
Lounge access at selected airports (from a partnership with No1 lounges)
Priority Boarding
Fast Track through security where available
Comfortable seat in the Premium cabin with 46 inch legroom (compares with 38 inches on BA World Traveller Plus)
2 checked bags x 20 kg included (compares to 2x23kg luggage on BA World Traveller Plus)
Seat reservation
Complimentary drinks before departure
Pre-dinner drinks
3-course dinner including drinks
USB charger and power outlet by your seat
State-of-the-art touch screen entertainment system

You can read my review of Norwegian Airline’s Premium Economy to find out what the flight experience is like. We think it is much like 1980’s Business Class without the cigarette smoke!

Norwegian have also told us that they will be launching their B737 Max plane on transatlantic routes, which is the plane which promises unbelievable $69 transatlantic seat prices.

Norwegian has also just launched new routes from London Gatwick to Seattle and Denver (the latter being ideal for skiing in Beaver Creek or Aspen).

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