Monday, August 31, 2009

New non-stop flight Stavanger - Salzburg January 2009

There are good news for Austrian and Norwegian travelers. January 2009, Norwegian Air Shuttle will open up a new weekly service from Stavanger to Salzburg. This will mean that snow enthusiasts living on the mild, and often snow less Norwegian western coast may travel on winter vacation to the Alps. The Austrians may, on the other hand, escape their winters by traveling to Stavanger, Norway's oil capital.

Norwegian Air Shuttle has opened up many non-stop flights to European destinations the last years. Most are seasonal, running through the busy summer months. The service from Stavanger will cater to those fond of cold weather conditions.

Salzburg is however an interesting destinations for other than ski enthusiasts. As Mozart's birth place it is a place for music lovers, and I bet you will find a large assortment of sweet Austrian pastry as well.

New service from Enjoy Food & Travel

On special maps you find non-stop flights operating from Europe to the largest Norwegian airports. Here you have non-stop flights from Stavanger Airport to destinations in Europe.

On these maps you will find markers that display status on different non-stop flights to Norway. A red marker means that flights is seasonal and not in operation or that an earlier non-stop flight has been canceled. A green marker shows that there is a new non-stop flight planned to this destination. A yellow marker means that there a seasonal flight still operating to this airport. An airplane button means that service is in operation all year around from one or several European destination to this specific airport.

View International non-stop flights from Stavanger Airport Sola - status August 2009 in a larger map

Non-stop maps now available for following airports:

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