View International non-stop flights from Rygge - status November 2009 in a larger map
The new status will mean that 3 aircraft will use Rygge as base and with it comes 16 new destinations from March 2010.
These airports are:
- Aarhus, Denmark
- Berlin (Schönefeldt), Germany
- Düsseldorf (Weeze), Germany
- Memmingen (München vest), Germany
- Eindhoven, Netherlands
- Gdansk, Poland
- Krakow, Poland
- Wroclaw, Poland
- La Rochelle, France
- Paris (Beauvais), France
- Dublin, Ireland
- Riga, Latvia
- Malaga, Spain
- Palma de Mallorca, Spain
- Valencia, Spain
- Venice (Treviso), Italy
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Keep track of direct flights from Norwegian airports to destinations in Europe, Africa, Asia and the US
On special maps you find non-stop flights operating from Europe to the largest Norwegian airports. On these maps you will find markers that display status on different non-stop flights to Norway.
A red marker means that flight 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 is a seasonal flight still operating to this airport, whereas an airplane button means that service is in operation all year around from the destination to this specific airport.
More non-stop flights from Norway to the continent
- Bergen Airport Flesland (November 2009)
- Haugesund Airport, Karmøy (November 2009)
- Kjevik Airport (November 2009)
- Langnes Airport, Tromsø (November 2009)
- Oslo Airport (November 2009)
- Stavanger Airport, Sola (November 2009)
- Torp Airport Sandefjord (November 2009)
- Værnes Airport, Trondheim (November 2009)