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Articles tagged “norwegian air”

Cruises

Cruise Critic announces the winners of 18 ship superlatives for 2012

Winning the best new ship for the Carnival Breeze and best money value puts Carnival at the top of the list for many cruise-goers, but ultimate line loyalty often comes down to which little touches a consumer appreciates.

Cruise Critic announces the winners of 18 ship superlatives for 2012

Cruises

Norwegian reveals Latin-inspired hull artwork for its newest cruise ship

Norwegian’s city-specific designs give the cruise company an extra boost of publicity and the ships’ dual purposes as cultural icons when docked in their home ports.

Norwegian reveals Latin-inspired hull artwork for its newest cruise ship

Skift Originals

SkiftAds of the Week: Air France’s creative new music app hides songs in the sky

The Air France music-in-the-sky app is a great marketing innovation, though beyond that "gimmick" hopefully they keep adding new tricks to keep it fresh.

SkiftAds of the Week: Air France’s creative new music app hides songs in the sky

Airlines

Airlines aren’t the only travel industry making their profit from ancillary fees

Airlines are given slack for the boost in ancillary fees, but cruises and theme parks have long used the same strategy to beef up profits; albeit for more than just an inch of leg room.

Airlines aren’t the only travel industry making their profit from ancillary fees

Cruises

Party at sea: Why every cruise line will soon have an “all-you-can-drink” alcohol policy

Norwegian is the fourth cruise line to test the packages, meaning its only a matter of time before the partiers don’t choose an operator based on the presence of a package, but its prices and options.

Party at sea: Why every cruise line will soon have an “all-you-can-drink” alcohol policy

Cruises

Cruise industry says clean fuel rules will increase passenger costs and impact itineraries

Any major shift in an industry is expected to encounter resistance and cruise companies are bemoaning the regulations that will increase costs and limit the destinations where ships can refuel.

Cruise industry says clean fuel rules will increase passenger costs and impact itineraries

Cruises

U.S. cruise companies are ready to make waves throughout Asia

Rather than wait for lucrative Chinese tourists to land upon their shores like the rest of the industry, cruise companies had the ability to show up at their docks where they found a population eager to take a ride.

U.S. cruise companies are ready to make waves throughout Asia

Cruises

Norwegian Cruise exec apologizes for delayed trip from New York, agrees to issue refunds

Cruise lines weren’t as diligent as airlines during Hurricane Sandy in updating passengers when trips would resume and what they could to do cancel or rebook itineraries in the meantime.

Norwegian Cruise exec apologizes for delayed trip from New York, agrees to issue refunds

Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line still sailing strong after a year of setbacks

Norwegian grew its fleet in Europe this summer despite the economic atmosphere and has at least four deliveries on deck, but higher rates helped increase earnings in proportion to its capacity.

Norwegian Cruise Line still sailing strong after a year of setbacks

Cruises

Bookings are now open for Norwegian’s newest cruise ship

The Norwegian Getaway won’t set sail from its Miami homeport until February 2014, but early bookers receive a great deal if they’re ready for the commitment.

Bookings are now open for Norwegian’s newest cruise ship