Paris CDG produced this cake to celebrate the launch of Norwegian’s inaugural service to Oakland on 10 April. The LCC will operate the 8,940-kilometre sector four times weekly using its 787-9 fleet.
There were celebrations in Oakland at the launch of Norwegian’s inaugural flight from Paris CDG on 10 April, with an impressive Eiffel Tower-themed cake which was made to mark the occasion. The European carrier will operate the 8,940-kilometre airport pair four times weekly using its 787-9s. The route will dace no direct competition.
- Norwegian added it latest California connection on 10 April, launching flights between Paris CDG (CDG) and Oakland (OAK). The European carrier will operate the 8,940-kilometre airport pair four times weekly using its 787-9 fleet. “We’re especially delighted to welcome this new non-stop flight between Paris and Oakland,” said Bryant Francis, Director of Aviation, Port of Oakland. “Since its arrival at Oakland in 2014, Norwegian has continued to be a key partner in growing the city as a major gateway between Europe and the San Francisco Bay Area. This new Paris route brings Oakland Airport even more into focus as an easy and convenient choice for travellers both locally and abroad.” There is no direct competition on the route, which follows hot on the heals of Norwegian’s inaugural flight Rome Fiumicino in early February, a route flown twice-weekly. CDG becomes Norwegian’s seventh route to Oakland, with Paris and Rome flights joining existing Barcelona, Copenhagen, London Gatwick, Oslo Gardermoen and Stockholm Arlanda services.