Sunday, 9 April 2017

Norwegian adds new route from Stockholm to Dublin for Summer 2017

                                                 
Norwegian Air International Boeing 737-800
Norwegian has announced it's starting a new route from Stockholm to Dublin on 9 June operating twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays, as part of wider expansion at Stockholm with 500 weekly departures operated by Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Thomas Ramdahl, Chief Commercial Officer at Norwegian said "We are delighted to be able to offer travelers from Stockholm even more direct routes to popular destinations in Europe. The fact that we in addition to the new routes to Dublin, Lisbon and Zagreb also expand the number of flights to many destinations gives our passengers even more choice."

The addition of Stockholm sees Norwegian operating four scheduled services from Dublin for Summer 2017. Copenhagen – Dublin routes retain the previous pattern of three per week frequeny while capacity increases significantly on Oslo route by 50% operating 6 times weekly.

On 3 February the airline's Copenhagen – Dublin route was transferred to Irish subsidiary Norwegian Air International.

The Helsinki-Dublin route is operated by Norwegian Air International at a twice weekly frequency.

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