✅ Trip Verified | Miami to Gatwick. We just came back from Miami to UK with this airline outsourced by Norwegian. My seat was broken and would not tilt back so all 8 hours flight I had to seat stick straight. I did report it to a staff member but they have done nothing. There is no entertainment at all so make sure you take book, or magazines. To make it worst we waited over 2 hours in to a flight for stewardess to buy any drinks. We asked 5 times and they kept saying that someone is coming. Staff members were sharing funny looks with knowing smiles when asked for something by customer. Although they were all nice and polite you could see it was not genuine. There is no wifi or USB plug to charge your phone. Would definitely advise to avoid flying with them if possible.
✅ Trip Verified | Rome to Newark booked as a Norwegian flight but be wary of flights like this that area operated by Privilege style. I have never been more disappointed by an overseas long haul flight. The name itself is terrible, but paying almost $650 to fly one way made me angry. This aircraft is from 1990, there is no on flight entertainment that works (2 channels did but the headphone jack didnt), there is no complimentary water, the staff on these flights are like robots. The seat pocket was falling apart and culd barely hold the magazines. If I had known it was going to be like this, I would have opted for a better airline.
✅ Trip Verified | Rome to Newark. This is the third and last time that I take this company. The last flight was very bad, My seat was broken and uncomfortable, the remote was broken, no light and I can’t call assistance. the wars think is that I spent 599 dollars (I mean it’s not expensive) round trip (and my flight has been moved for 3 days). After 4 days a friend of my bought same ticket and spent 250 dollars round trip same airport. I will keep with British Airways, American Airlines and Alitalia. Same price and sometimes cheaper and better experience with movie, lunch and dinner and with second baggage.
✅ Trip Verified | Norwegian notified us that Privilege Style would be operating both legs of our EWR trip to and from Rome. Purchased Premium seats at $900+ Each and basically had an antiquated aircraft with one or two movies that ran on a track if you’re lucky to have a tv, remote, light or seat that was operable. Both ways seats were inop or stuck. The man in front of us had the seat I had going to Rome. The overhead lights, call buttons that were broken were now causing others frustration and a very strong sense of bait and switch. I have flown business/premium On Norwegian previously without a doubt I will think twice before booking Norwegian. Crew was nice coming back, all he did was repair pax equipment. My life raft compartment was taped.
Not Verified | Very disappointed in this Norwegian flight operated by Privilege Style. Seats were uncomfortable with little or no leg room and it was an older airplane. This was a group fare, which we paid more for, that we could have booked for less, three days before our departure date. The crew were not friendly, one of our party asked for a blanket and was told that they had to buy it.
✅ Trip Verified | Flew Zanzibar to Milan with Privilege Style. The only bad thing was the absence of entertainment during the flight, which is disappointing when you have to fly for eight hours. The route map was shown just one hour before landing. The staff were very nice and caring. One meal and two snacks were offered.
✅ Verified Review | Montego Bay to Munich with Privilege Style (a Spanish charter airline). After reading bad reviews of the airline, I was positively surprised. On our flight out to Montego Bay the space between the seats on Condor Airlines had been ridiculously narrow for a 12 hours flight, but with Privilege Style the space was comfortable, even in standard economy. The stewardesses were friendly, food much better than on our Condor flight.