Norwegian Air Shuttle (Norwegian.com) (Oslo) is launching 10 new direct flights to Las Palmas (Canary Islands) from the end of October and early November.
Passengers will now have the chance to fly directly to Las Palmas from Ålesund, Evenes, Haugesund, Rygge and Tromsø.
Norwegian can also offer sun seeking Swedes three new direct routes to Las Palmas this winter from Karlstad, Malmö and Umeå. In addition, Norwegian has decided to launch weekly flights to Las Palmas from Billund in Denmark and Oulu in Finland.
In addition to the new routes, Norwegian will also increase its existing flights with one more weekly departure to Las Palmas from Torp, Bergen, Trondheim and Stavanger, totaling up to two direct flights weekly. Norwegian will also increase its direct flights from Oslo, by offering eight weekly departures from the capital. Stockholm will see an increase from three to four weekly flights, while Copenhagen will have an increase from three to five weekly flights to Las Palmas.
Norwegian will use its new, more environmentally friendly Boeing 737-800 aircraft with free WiFi on the Las Palmas routes.
Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems. New arrival. Newly-assembled Boeing 737-8JP LN-NGB (msn 39015) was delivered to Norwegian on July 2, 2012. Arriving at Amsterdam, LN-NGB carries the tail image of Geirr Tveitt. According to Wikipedia, Geirr Tveitt, was born Nils Tveit (October 19, 1908 – February 1, 1981) and was a Norwegian composer and pianist. Tveitt was a central figure of the national movement in Norwegian cultural life during the 1930s.