Airline offers to rescue stranded passengers in Spain after Primera Air declares bankruptcy

RESCUERS: Norwegian are offering to save stranded passengers after the demise of Primera Air. Photo Credit: Shutterstock

NORWEGIAN AIRLINES has announced it will offer “repatriation fares” for affected passengers after yesterday’s collapse of Primera Air, leaving the travel plans of thousands in tatters.
Norwegian Airlines are offering repatriation fares to Copenhagen, Denmark from the following Spanish airports:

  • Malaga
  • Gran Canaria
  • Palma De Mallorca

Norwegian will also offer ‘rescue fares’ between:

  • London Gatwick and New York JFK
  • Paris and Newark
  • New York JFK and Boston
  • Copenhagen and Chania in Greece

Passengers can book these reduced ‘rescue fares’ at a discounted price, 50% lower than the standard net economy fare excluding taxes.
The offer will be open until October 14, 2018 and tickets will be subject to availability.
Norwegian has set up a dedicated hotline on +47 210 16771 for all those passengers that can provide proof of a Primera booking at the time of booking and during check-in.
The ‘rescue’ promotion is only available for one-way trips for those passengers stranded far from their homes at either airport specified in the included routes.

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