Articles Tagged ‘Norwegian’
easyJet and Ryanair can both claim to operate biggest low-cost base in Europe (depending on what is measured)
So which are the biggest low-cost airline bases in Europe? We rank them both in terms of destinations served and number of flights offered. Which other carriers apart from easyJet and Ryanair make it into the top 12? Which airport/airline combinations make it into only one of the two rankings?
Norwegian has announced 34 new routes starting next summer from nine Nordic airports. But which non-Nordic airport will benefit most? And why is anna.aero’s Deputy Editor particularly pleased?
Scandinavian LCC adds two new cities (Poznan and Turku) and launches two more ‘winter sun’ routes to Canary Islands and Madeira.
Norwegian adds new international routes from Copenhagen (to Trondheim) and Oslo (to Manchester); competes with SAS on both routes.
When it comes to the low-cost carrier ‘rulebook’ it seems that there are basically two versions when it comes to network planning models. One for Europe and one for the rest of the world. We explain all in our unique analysis of the world’s leading low-cost airlines.
The UK’s busiest airport outside of London has had an up-and-down last 10 years. easyJet has been growing fast since 2008 and Ryanair is about to open a base with 20 new routes. But which are the leading airlines, and which LCC is returning this winter after a four year absence? And which other carriers […]
Norwegian grasps Frankfurt opportunity with new Copenhagen flights; Oslo and Stockholm flights to follow?
Build it and they will come? Frankfurt’s new runway is already attracting its fair share of new flights and now comes news that Europe’s third biggest LCC plans to start serving the airport this winter. What competition will it face and what other German airports does Norwegian already serve?
Norwegian now flies from Göteborg Landvetter Airport in Sweden to Rome Fiumicino Airport in Italy.
Norwegian has expanded its route network from Göteborg Landvetter Airport in Sweden, now serving Barcelona.
Scandinavia’s busiest airport looks set to have a record-breaking year. Emirates recently became the newest airline to serve the Danish capital, further adding to the airport’s recent spate of new Middle Eastern routes. But which are the leading country markets? And which new routes will be starting later this year?
Norwegian now flies from Copenhagen to Venice during the summer season.
The low-cost airline Norwegian has expanded at Gothenburg Landvetter and adds two new destinations to its network; Lakselv and Tel Aviv.