In anticipation of the 2024-2025 winter season, Norwegian Air has unveiled a comprehensive schedule, offering a total of 159 routes to 71 destinations. This expansion highlights the airline's strategic growth and its commitment to connecting the Nordic region with popular European destinations, catering to the diverse travel needs of its passengers during the chilly winter months.
Key routes include frequent flights to warmer destinations such as Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Alicante, Malaga, and Barcelona, ideal for those seeking a break from the Nordic winter. Additionally, city break enthusiasts can look forward to continued high-frequency flights to urban favorites like Berlin, Paris, Krakow, and London. This diversity in destination offerings reflects the airline's understanding of varied traveler preferences, as explained by Magnus Thome Maursund, Norwegian's Commercial Director.
The winter season presents unique travel opportunities, whether it's for adrenaline-pumping winter sports, exploring bustling cities, or basking on sunny beaches. Norwegian maintains its commitment to providing direct routes from major Nordic cities like Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, and Stavanger to numerous European hotspots. Notably, the airline extends its reach by offering direct flights from smaller cities, including routes from Haugesund and Ålesund to Alicante, and from Tromsø to London, Copenhagen, and Longyearbyen, enhancing accessibility for a broader range of travelers.
This winter's schedule encompasses a total of 159 routes, with Norwegian poised to announce additional new destinations in the near future. The distribution of routes across the Nordic countries showcases the airline's extensive network, with 92 routes in Norway, 33 in Sweden, 34 in Denmark, and 10 in Finland. This expansive network underscores Norwegian's role as a key player in regional connectivity.
Complementing its winter program, Norwegian also operates a summer schedule, set to commence in a few weeks with over 330 routes to more than 120 destinations. This program includes not only popular destinations but also new routes, such as from Oslo to Istanbul, Bodrum, Lyon, Montpellier, and Basel, demonstrating the airline's continuous evolution and adaptation to market trends and passenger preferences.