Norwegian Announces Routes for the Winter Season 2023-2024

Norwegian Announces Routes for the Winter Season

Norwegian continues to travel to the favourite towns and holiday locations in southern Europe of Nordic residents, with 144 routes to 65 places on the winter season’s timetable. Tickets are available for immediate booking.

“Next winter, we have 144 routes within and between the Nordic countries and to destinations in Europe. We continue our most popular routes, and the mix of destinations gives customers the opportunity to fly with us to dream vacations with sun and beach, art and culture, or activity holidays,” said Magnus Thome Maursund, commercial director of Norwegian.

Norwegian continues to offer direct flights from all the main Nordic hubs, including Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, and Helsinki, to thrilling locations in Europe. Along with direct connections from Norway’s Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger, Haugesund, lesund, Troms, and Sandefjord, as well as Sweden’s Gothenburg and Denmark’s Aalborg.

Later on, some paths to some of the most well-known snow resorts in the Alps will be revealed. Norwegian offers a summer and winter course that alternates every two months, at the end of October and the end of March, respectively. The summer schedule will launch in a few weeks with 300 routes to 114 locations. The summer itinerary includes a number of well-known and well-liked locations as well as a few new ones, such as Bari, Skopje, Porto, Bologna, Bucuresti, Sofia, Milano/Bergamo, Alanya/Gazipasa and Thessaloniki.

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Written by Tamanna Reza


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