Articles Tagged ‘Norwegian’
anna.aero took the opportunity to speak to the CCO of the fast-growing low-cost airline Norwegian; Daniel Skjeldam. What will the airline do with the many aircraft it has ordered? What is happening with the long haul expansion using 787s? And is there a theme to Norwegian’s latest European route launches?
Norwegian connects Stockholm Arlanda Airport in Sweden with Riga Airport in Latvia and Helsinki with Paris Orly.
Norwegian now flies to Vaasa in Finland from Stockholm Arlanda in Sweden.
Norwegian introduces seven new routes from six different Scandinavian bases. UK gets two new routes.
Europe’s airline may be having a mixed time financially but that’s not stopping them exploring new routes this summer. We do some analysis at the over 500 new routes starting during the next three weeks to reveal which airline is starting the most new routes (no surprises here) and which country’s airports will be celebrating […]
Norwegian adds more routes from Oslo Torp, first service to Cologne/Bonn from Oslo.
Oslo is fortunate to be served by three airports, but how have Norwegian and Ryanair grown services from the two secondary airports in recent seasons? How has traffic grown at all three Oslo airports in 2011?
Norwegian now flies to Bergen and Trondheim from Sandefjord Airport Torp, near Oslo.
Norwegian now flies from Copenhagen Airport, Oslo Airport and Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Grenoble in the French Alps.
Norwegian now flies to Berlin Schönefeld from Copenhagen Airport. This is the low-cost airline’s first German route from the Danish capital airport.
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?