Find here the Norwegian Air International delayed flights which have a right to compensation

Did your Norwegian Air International flight arrive late at your destination? If your delay was more than three hours, you may be entitled to compensation. Do you want to know whether you have a right to compensation for loss of time? Then see if your Norwegian Air International flight is on the list of current delays at the bottom of the page.

Was your Norwegian International (D8) flight delayed?

You could be entitled to compensation for your Norwegian International flight delay. If your flight suffered a delay of three hours or more and this delay was not caused by extraordinary circumstances, you are entitled to compensation for your loss of time, as established in Regulation 261/2004 by the European Union. Norwegian International operates flights throughout Europe and therefor provides a similar service as Ryanair and easyJet. As Norwegian International (D8) flights mostly take place within Europe, your compensation will likely add up to €250 or €400 per person for a delayed flight. As your right to compensation was established by the European Union in Regulation 261/2004, it applies only when:

Norwegian International is a European airline and therefor your flight is covered by Regulation 261/2004

Your flight with Norwegian International from London to Crete was delayed for 3 hours and 20 minutes due to fog. You are unfortunately not entitled to compensation for the loss of time. Fog is an extraordinary circumstance.

Norwegian International delays

Norwegian International (D8) performs flights throughout Europe as low-cost operator. From the UK you can fly with Norwegian International to various holiday destinations in South of Europe such as Palma de Mallorca, Alicante and Crete. Norwegian also connects the UK to Scandinavia by flying to Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo among others. 

Was your flight with Norwegian International delayed? You could be entitled to compensation going up to €400. All destinations of Norwegian Internation from the UK are in Europe. Check your delay in our problem flight list below or fill in your flight details in our claim calculator. We review 13 million flight, weather and sociopolitical data every day. This data is one of the reasons we have a 97% success rate in court.

Amount of compensation

When you are entitled to compensation for the loss of time due to a substantial flight delay of three hours or more with Norwegian, the amount of compensation is based on the distance of the flight. 

Amount of compensation

 

Flight destinations within the EU

Flight destinations outside the EU

If your flight exceeds 3,500 km and your arrival delay is between three and four hours, you are entitled to 50% of the compensation amount.

*Compensation calculated September '18 rate of £1: €1,11 and rounded to the nearest £1.

Recent delays with Norwegian International

Norwegian International operates flights within Europe. If your Norwegian flight was delayed you could be entitled to compensation of €250 or €400. In our large database we review all Norwegian flights daily. We register detailed information about the flight and combine this with our weather and socio-political data. We compile the evidence and use it in court if necessary. Due to our carefully collected data we have achieved a success rate of 97%.

Norwegian August delays

Norwegian International suffered delays over the weekend of 17, 18 and 19 August. The flight from Madrid to London Gatwick with D86054 was delayed two days in a row. On Sunday August 19, the returnflight D86055 was delayed for more than three hours. Passengers of all the mentioned flights are entitled to a compensation of €250. 

Recently delayed flights



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