Traditional booking patterns are beginning to return, while the carrier said it was seeing more people planning ahead and booking to travel to popular city break and winter sun destinations.
Manchester Airport will welcome back Norwegian today, as the airline resumes its twice weekly service to Oslo. The carrier becomes the sixteenth airline to operate from the new terminal two.
The number of future bookings has continued to increase in line with an expanding route network as more people are fully vaccinated and EU countries accept Covid-19 certificates for travel.
Norwegian has reported a profit before tax of NOK1,590 million (£133 million) for the first half of 2021 as the aviation sector begins to reopen in Europe.
Norwegian has confirmed it will continue to increase flights between the UK and Ireland to destinations across Scandinavia as the airline releases the summer 2022 flying programme.
In June, 225,509 passengers flew with Norwegian, which is approximately 100 per cent more than at the same time last year. The carrier operated just 15 planes last month, however.
The Amadeus solution will be embedded within the passenger self-service check-in experience, whether done through the airline app or website.
Geir Karlsen has been appointed new chief executive of Norwegian Air Shuttle, effective immediately. Karlsen has held the position of chief financial officer with Norwegian since early 2018.
Passenger numbers at the low-cost carrier have shown a noticeable increase in volume in line with vaccination roll-outs and changes to entry restrictions and quarantine regulations.
The company said it can now look ahead with a significantly strengthened balance sheet and a right-sized aircraft fleet, as well as a simplified and effective structure.
Traffic figures for Norwegian in April were significantly impacted by government travel restrictions and therefore low demand. Just 59,431 customers flew with the low-cost carrier last month.
Norwegian has updated the market on the forthcoming capital raise, setting an upper limit of NOK6 billion (£500 million). The low-cost airline said cash would be used to sharply reduce debt.