Articles Tagged ‘Oslo’
Wizz Air has revealed 14 new domestic routes in Italy and Norway – and only two are unserved. We see where could be next in Norway for the ULCC.
Almost every European airport experienced passenger traffic going backward in September 2020. Kos didn’t. We look at its network.
Wizz Air has announced its first base in Scandinavia, which will initially have 3 domestic routes. The ULCC’s Norway seats passed 2 million in 2019 across 11 airports.
Air Arabia Abu Dhabi takes off; Air Serbia becomes the third airline from Belgrade to the Oslo area; GOL launches Florianópolis – Brasília; and much more.
Air Serbia on 16 July began Belgrade – Oslo, with three airlines on Oslo-area from the Serbian capital.
Sun Country begins Baltimore from Minneapolis; Air Serbia adds Belgrade – Oslo, the third airline to Oslo-area; Wizz Air to start 5 new routes from Larnaca; Australia’s Alliance to start Fokker services to the Sunny Coast; and more.
Starting on 16 July, Air Serbia’s twice-weekly connection will be good for P2P demand and be timed for onward connectivity to eight destinations with 95,000.
As Wizz Air announces 23 new routes, we look at what and where. Five of these routes involve St Petersburg, thanks to that city’s new e-visas and seventh freedoms.
As Norwegian says it’ll run out of cash in mid-May, the carrier reveals New Norwegian, its survival plan. We see what it’ll do.
We are delighted to announce our new partnership with RDC Aviation, with the first article showing that Norwegian will save €4,780 per B787-8 turnaround.
Following Norwegian’s end, SAS will operate Oslo – Lakslev non-stop from 17 April, the first time it has done so in 17 years.
Airbus Airport-Devoted Conference, ACI Oslo: Aer Lingus to explain how “A321LR unlocks new city pairs”
Aer Lingus’ Lander Dominguez, Director of Fleet Assets, is the latest to join the Airbus’ airport-devoted conference: “New possibilities for airports by Airbus,” at ACI Airport Exchange, hosted by Avinor Oslo Airport. The airline’s “North Atlantic Hub at Dublin” plans are vitally relevant to both North American and European airports.