Articles Tagged ‘Norwegian’
Helsinki boasts six new routes from Norwegian. Copenhagen, Karlstad and Stockholm get one each.
Despite offering a third of the new routes which were launched last week, the second week of the Northern Hemisphere summer season still serves-up a bumper week of freshly created city pairs and cakes!
Norwegian may have doubled the size of its route network from London Gatwick by basing its first aircraft there, but the new non-Nordic services (primarily to Spain) represent less than one-fifth of the airline’s operations there.
From this week’s 153 route launches, our data elves have selected eight more breathtaking cakes for our Cake of the Week Summer Seasons Part 2 public online vote. These include those from airBaltic, S7 Airlines and Tiger Airways Australia.
Darwin Airport is the furthest away place to send us cake pictures this week, but many other airports decided to enhance their respective celebrations with a tasty bake.
Norwegian inaugurates nine routes from London Gatwick; launches Copenhagen to Liverpool and nine other routes.
Norwegian inaugurates flights from London Gatwick to Palma de Mallorca; connects Alicante with Molde and Tromso in Norway, Oulu in Finland and Umea in Sweden.
As Croatia readies up for accession to the European Union, all of the country’s airports expect a busy summer. But as half of Pula Airport’s traffic concentrates in two months only, it needs to work harder on attracting year-round services.
Largely sheltered from economic volatility by a flourishing oil industry in the area, Stavanger Airport fares better than most European airports. As the airport welcomes Wizz Air’s new service from Szczecin, anna.aero investigates its operation.
Norwegian inaugurates services from its Oslo base to Longyearbyen in Svalbard.
Perhaps one of the most popular weekend break destinations from London, Barcelona will be served from all six London airports in summer 2013. As the market grows by a quarter in 2012, two new carriers step in with new services from London Gatwick.
Poland’s second largest city and main tourist attraction, Kraków attracted a record nine million visitors in 2012. anna.aero examines the impact of this influx on Kraków Balice, the country’s largest regional airport, in the wake of major infrastructure development.