When you have to cancel a trip that you have been looking forward to for a long time it can be so disappointing. When you have to cancel your travel plans at the last moment, you might find yourself stuck with an unwanted flight. If you have a Norwegian Airlines flight ticket, you’ll want to know what your options are. Can you get a refund? What if your flight ticket is non-refundable?”
The first thing you need to do is find out the refund policy for your specific ticket type. There are fees for making changes to your booking and some airline tickets are non-refundable. If you are looking for information on other airlines, head over to our flight cancellation policies guide.
What Is The Norwegian Airline Cancellation Policy?
There are different types of Norwegian Airline fares so the policy will depend on your booking type. On top of that, there will be differences between long haul and short haul flights.
LowFare and LowFare+ name changes cost €55, rebooking is €55 + fare difference per person per one way flight, and they are non-refundable.
Flex name changes and rebooking are both free, and the booking itself is fully refundable.
LowFare, LowFare+ and Premium name changes cost €100, rebooking is €55 + fare difference per person per one way flight, and they are non-refundable.
Flex and PremiumFlex name changes and rebooking are both free, and the booking itself is fully refundable.
However, these are not the definitive charges as there may be additional costs depending on whether you have connecting flights or where your destination is. You can find out more about the Norwegian Airlines fare rules on their website.
For non-refundable bookings, consider making a change to the date or time of the flight if this could suit your situation better than losing out on the money from your ticket. However, if you can’t get a refund or rebook, then you can still change the name and sell it on to someone else who is looking for a great flight deal.
How Can I Sell My Norwegian Flight?
At TransferTravel.com, we provide a platform for you to sell your Norwegian flight in the travel marketplace to someone else who is looking for a flight like yours. Find out our step-by-step guide on how to sell an unwanted flight online.
The first step is registering and creating a new listing, which only takes a few minutes. We ask for the dates, times and arrival and departure locations for your flight as well as the booking confirmation, which we only use for internal purposes. If you want more advice on how to create an eye-catching listing, read our blog for our top tips for selling. Once your ticket is sold on TransferTravel.com you are connected with your buyer and can change the name on the ticket. You have 72 hours to change the name on the ticket and upload them for the buyer to be satisfied with the transfer. When the buyer uses the ticket then you are paid and can make some money back on your Norwegian flight ticket!