Saturday, May 28, 2011

Scandinavian Airlines with 2 new non-stop flights from Oslo

Photo: Palanga beach by Andrejavus

Scandinavian Airlines launch two new destinations coming fall and winter. October they will start 3 weekly flights from Oslo Airport to Palanga, Lithuania, and in January 2012 one weekly flight to Geneva.
These two destinations have scheduled flights from Oslo serviced by Norwegian Air Shuttle. New service may lower air fare from Oslo to the Baltic states, even though high fuel prices have made it much more expensive to fly now, compared to just a year ago.
Palanga is, due to its location by the shores of the Baltic sea, the busiest summer resort in Lithuania with 18 km of beaches of sand and beautiful sand dunes. It is a little strange that Scandinavian starts flights during the cold season. Geneva, however, is as an exclusive international city, a great (but expensive) destination, and a great gateway to Eastern France as well as Switzerland.

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