Out of a current fleet of 131 aircraft, the low-cost carrier said an average of 15 were operational during the fourth quarter, mainly on domestic routes in Norway.
Jacob Schram, chief executive of Norwegian, said: “The pandemic continues to have a negative impact on our business as travel restrictions remain.”
The low-cost airline said the decision to offer new capital would significantly increase its chances of working through the crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Low-cost carrier Norwegian has outlined a simplified business structure and dedicated short haul route network as it plans a return from the Covid-19 shutdown.
Norwegian has revealed traffic figures for December continued to be heavily influenced by lower demand caused by continued travel restrictions across Europe.
The carrier was made subject to an examinership process in Ireland on December 7th, and now wants to enter into a supplementary Norwegian reconstruction process.
Traffic figures at the low-cost carrier continue to stagnate, while plans have been unveiled to raise €375 million in an attempt to stave off bankruptcy.
Norwegian has won High Court protection from creditors for its key Irish subsidiaries as the carrier begins the latest bid to salvage its struggling operations.
Norwegian argues its operations are unsustainable in light of travel restrictions imposed in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic which actively discourage passengers from travelling.
With the low-cost carrier having previously stated further aid was necessary to maintain operations throughout the Covid-19 crisis, the future of the airline has been thrown into doubt.
Traffic figures for October from low-cost carrier Norwegian have been heavily influenced by lower demand caused by continued travel restrictions across Europe, with several new red zones.
September traffic figures at Norwegian have been heavily influenced by lower demand caused by new and stricter travel restrictions across Europe.