Almost 700, 000 UK passengers have now joined the Norwegian Reward programme.
Low-cost airline Norwegian has reached a milestone for its fast-growing loyalty programme as Norwegian Reward has now attracted five million members.
Since April this year, more than one million members have joined the programme – more than 4,000 every day.
As the world’s sixth largest low-cost carrier continues its global expansion, five million of Norwegian’s 30 million passengers are now benefitting from huge cost savings and exclusive benefits as the newly enhanced scheme continues to take off.
Norwegian Reward is one of the most generous loyalty schemes in the skies and almost 700,000 UK passengers have now signed up to the popular programme which is free to join.
Members earn CashPoints when booking Norwegian flights and when booking hotel rooms and car rental with partner organisations.
Members can then use CashPoints as full or partial payment on all Norwegian flights.
Members can use CashPoints whenever they want on whatever product they prefer – and all seats are as open to CashPoint members as for any other traveller at all times.
This is unlike any other frequent flier programme.
Brede Huser, vice president of Norwegian Reward said: “Reaching five million members is a milestone.
“We will continue to expand and introduce new partners so that our members can get even better opportunities to earn CashPoints.”