Norwegian launches 12 new routes from Norway next year’s summer program. Completely new destinations from Oslo Bilbao, Lisbon, Svalbard, Visby (Gotland) and Aalborg. Two domestic routes, as well as direct flights from Trondheim, Bergen and Stavanger to popular overseas destinations, is also new in the route map. In addition, the company sharply on the route Oslo-Barcelona, as well as in several other summer routes.
Norwegian continues to expand the network of exciting destinations from Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen and Stavanger. Completely new destinations next summer, the north-Hispanic city of Bilbao, the Portuguese capital of Lisbon, exotic Longyearbyen on Svalbard, Visby on Gotland in idyllic Baltic Sea and the Skagen close Aalborg. All these routes go from Delhi.
New direct flights from Trondheim, Bergen, Stavanger and Harstad / Narvik
For travelers from Trondheim, Bergen, Stavanger and Harstad / Narvik, Norwegian has more good news. There are new direct route from Trondheim to Krakow, Corfu and Harstad / Narvik. There are also new direct route between Bergen and Palma Corfu and Harstad / Narvik. Norwegian passengers in Stavanger enjoy a new direct route to Palma / Mallorca, while travelers from Harstad / Narvik get direct flights to Bergen and Trondheim.
Increases on existing routes
More and more Norwegians newer and more environmentally friendly Boeing 737-800 aircraft with free internet when they are traveling. Because of good passenger growth and demand, increase the number of company flights to various destinations in the summer program. The route Oslo-Barcelona increased the most, from seven to 11 weekly flights.
Overview of all the new routes:
Oslo – Lisbon: two weekly from June to October
Oslo – Bilbao: two weekly from June to September
Oslo – Visby: two weekly in midsummer
Oslo – Aalborg: daily, except Saturday
Oslo – Svalbard: three weekly, year-round scheduled
Bergen – Palma / Mallorca: one week from April to October (twice weekly in mid-summer)
Bergen – Corfu: one week in mid-summer
Bergen – Evenes: two weekly in midsummer
Stavanger – Palma / Mallorca: one week in mid-summer
Trondheim – Corfu: one week in mid-summer
Trondheim – Krakow: twice weekly, year-round scheduled
Trondheim – Evenes: two weekly
Increase existing routes:
Oslo – Barcelona: increase from seven weekly to 11 weekly
Oslo – Faro: increase from one to two weekly
Oslo – Malta: increase from one to two weekly
Oslo – Burgas: increase from one to two weekly
Oslo – Ajaccio / Corsica: increase from one to two weekly
Oslo – Sarajevo: increase from one to two weekly
Oslo – Budapest: increase from seven to ten weekly
Oslo – Dublin: increase from two to three weekly
Oslo – Edinburgh: increase from five to six weekly
Oslo – Tallinn: increase from three to four weekly
Oslo – Andenes: increase from two weekly in midsummer to two weekly, May to September
Bergen – Nice: increase from one to two weekly
Bergen – Dubrovnik: increase from one week in mid-summer for one week in the summer season
Trondheim – Dubrovnik: increase from one week in mid-summer for one week in the summer program
Stavanger – Nice: increase from two to three in midsummer midsummer
Tickets will go on sale 18 October.
Information Manager Lasse Sandaker-Nielsen, tel 45 45 60 12
Norwegian is Scandinavia’s second largest airline and the third largest low-cost airline in Europe with direct flights domestically in Norway and a number of countries in Europe and North Africa and Middle East (296 routes to 114 destinations as of June 2012). With low prices and customer friendly solutions, the company has enjoyed significant growth in recent years. Norwegian carried almost 16 million passengers in 2011. The company is listed (2003) and has about 2500 employees. Norwegian has 64 aircraft in its fleet (as of June 2012). Norwegian phases running into new, more environmentally friendly Boeing 737-800 aircraft and will have one of Europe’s most modern and environmentally friendly fleets in a few years.