Thursday, June 30, 2011

Winter season 2011/2012: Norwegian Air Shuttle launch direct-flights to three new destinations

Norwegian Air Shuttle will fly from Oslo to Poznan, Grenoble, and Madeira coming winter.

Norwegian Air Shuttle launched its winter program June 22nd 2011. There are three new destinations in Poland, France and Portugal on their flight plan.

Poznań - Poland
Photo: Poznán old town by Monika Mężyńska
Poznań is Polands fifth largest city with a population of around      556 000 (metropolitan area 943 000)

Poznań is one of the oldest cities in Poland dating back over 1000 years. It is a major commercial centre in the Polish economy, being the second wealthiest city in Poland. It has a beautiful old town with many important historic sights.
Grenoble - France
Photo: Grenoble and the Alps by Simdaperce
Grenoble is located in Eastern France by the Alps.

It has a population of around 156 000 (427 000 in metropolitan area).

Grenoble's history goes back more than 2,000 years, and the city has been the capital of the Dauphiné since the 11th century

The city is, due to its proximity to the alps an important winter sport resort.
Madeira - Portugal
Madeira is an archipelago located in the Atlantic Sea, off the Portuguese coast.

It consists of the  Madeira, Porto Santo, the Desertas and the Savage Islands.  Madeira was settled by the Portuguese in 1420.

Madeira has a population of 247 000 covering 308 square kilometres of land. The islands are a popular winter destination due to its pleasant climate all year around.

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