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Norwegian ups capacity from London Gatwick
Norwegian has put on sale two new routes from London Gatwick, to Keflavik, Reykjavik’s airport in Iceland, and Rovaniemi in Finland.
Three weekly flights designed to attract city-break visitors will operate direct to Keflavik from October 30 and continue through the winter season.
Visiting Father Christmas also just got easier for Brits, with the start of the UK’s only scheduled direct flight to Rovaniemi in Lapland, the official home of Santa Claus. The twice-weekly route starts on December 19.
Europe’s third biggest low-cost airline is also upping the number of Gatwick flights to Lanzarote, Tenerife, Tromso and Grenoble, adding an additional 25,000 seats for the winter season on these routes.
“Both Reykjavik and Rovaniemi are fantastic additions to our growing UK route network, which now serves more than 50 destinations nonstop,” enthused Thomas Ramdahl, chief commercial officer at Norwegian.
The carrier has also launched two routes from Manchester, to Gran Canaria from October 30 and to Tenerife starting November 1.
TTG Nordic

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