Thursday, January 28, 2010

News - Norwegian Air Shuttle flights

Norwegian's flights Trondheim - London move to Gatwick


Norwegian Air Shuttle will move all flights Trondheim - London from London Stanstead to London Gatwick Airport. Distance and better transportation to the British capital are the main reasons.

The non stop flights from Trondheim to London will be the last to leave London Stanstead. From March 28th all Norwegian Air Shuttle flights will land at Gatwick, providing travelers with shorter travel time to the city centre.

The British capital has several options for travelers, when taking a flight. Whereas Heathrow, Gatwick, and London City are located within the London Metropolitan Area, Luton and Stanstead are further away from London.

See all non-stop flights from Trondheim Airport Værnes here

See map of bars, hotels, restaurants and sights in the Trondheim area here

Photo: Gatwick South Terminal Zone K check-in concourse by Dbx54

Non-stop flight Tromsø - London may be closed down


View International non-stop flights from Tromsø Airport Langnes - status January 2010 in a larger map

The non-stop flights from Tromsø, the capital of Northern Norway, to London Gatwick have been a fiasco for Norwegian Air Shuttle. The airline is, according to boarding.no, now considering closing it down.

This will mean that there may be no non-stop flight from destinations in Western Europe to Northern Norway, leaving travelers to Tromsø to change to domestic flights at Oslo Airport in the future.

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