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.
See how Orlando Airport’s FTWA compares to other airports in this week’s Arch of Triumph competition.
||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.