Norwegian adds four new routes in four days
Norwegian’s Oslo Gardermoen to Oakland
On 29 May, Oakland Airport celebrated with a special event in the terminal the arrival of Norwegian’s thrice-weekly flights from Oslo Gardermoen, a route that was launched the previous day from the Norwegian gateway. Cutting the celebratory cake’s first slice are (left to right): Hilde Janne Skorpen, Consul General, Norwegian; and Deborah Ale Flint, Director of Aviation, Port of Oakland.
The same day, Norwegian’s twice-weekly flights from Oslo Gardermoen were welcomed with an impressive suitcase-shaped cake at Orlando Airport.
- Norwegian added four new routes, of which three are transatlantic services, to its offering during the course of last week. With the longest sector being the 8,600-kilometre service from Oslo Gardermoen (OSL) to Los Angeles, CA (LAX) launched on 1 June, and the shortest being inaugurated on 2 June from Madrid (MAD) to London Gatwick (LGW) at 1,215 kilometres, the LCC will face competition only on the route to the UK from easyJet and Air Europa.
||London Gatwick (LGW)
||easyJet (32), Air Europa (14)
||Oslo Gardermoen (OSL)
||Los Angeles, CA (LAX)
||Oakland, CA (OAK)
||Orlando, FL (MCO)
|Source: Innovata / Diio Mi w/c 3 June 2014.
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