Norwegian has confirmed it’ll proceed to extend flights between the UK and Eire to locations throughout Scandinavia because the airline releases the summer time 2022 flying programme.
All flights at the moment are accessible to e-book providing a spread of locations from London, Edinburgh, Manchester and Dublin.
In complete, throughout the European community, Norwegian will provide 259 from routes from the Nordics.
“We’re happy to have the ability to current our flying schedule for the subsequent summer time season.
“With this summer time schedule we are going to proceed to ship on our technique of investing in Norway and the Nordic area.
“In current months, now we have seen an elevated demand from prospects, and we look ahead to welcoming them on board to their favorite Nordic locations,” mentioned Geir Karlsen, chief govt of Norwegian.
Over the previous 18-months, the aviation business was hit arduous by journey restrictions and quarantine necessities on account of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Norwegian expects that the ever-increasing vaccination fee will imply that the danger of latest journey restrictions might be considerably decrease in 2022.
“Norwegian is now properly geared up to sit up for 2022, though we are going to proceed to some extent to be affected by the pandemic because the business begins to recuperate.
“We’ve appreciable flexibility in the usage of our plane, and after the restructuring now we have decrease debt, an tailored fleet and organisation, and now we have acquired new capital.
“It has been a troublesome time, however the result’s that we’re stronger now than earlier than the pandemic,” mentioned Karlsen.
London Gatwick will serve Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim, Bergen, Helsinki, Stockholm and Copenhagen with a complete of 115 weekly flights.
Manchester will serve Oslo, Stavanger, Bergen and Stockholm with a complete of eight weekly flights, whereas Edinburgh will serve Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen with a complete of 15 weekly flights.
Lastly, Dublin will serve Oslo and Copenhagen with a complete of 4 weekly flights.