Wednesday, September 28, 2011

New non-stop flights from Stavanger Airport to Glasgow and Warsaw

Photo: Eastern Airways BAe Jetstream 41 by Arpingstone
Two new non-stop flights will provide destinations to the west and to the east for citizens of Stavanger, Norway this fall.

Photo: View of Glasgow from Queens Park by John Lindie
Three weekly flights to Glasgow from September 12th 2011

Eastern Airways started three weekly flights from the Norwegian oil capital to Glasgow, Scotland  from September 12th.

Glasgow has changed its image during the last decades, and is reborn as a hip urban destination with much to offer.

Tourists may roam through modern art galleries and museums by day, and enjoy a hectic party scene during nights.

Eastern Airways will fly each Monday, Wednesday and Friday between the two cities.

Photo: Palace of Sports and Culture by Frank 1101
Three weekly flights to Warsaw Poland from April 2012

From April 2012 Wizz Air will start flights Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays to Warsaw, Poland.

The capital of Poland is the motor in a dynamic economy outside the Euro zone, thus less affected by the current economic chaos within the EU.

I visited Warsaw back in the 1980's. Back then I found it impressive, but grey and run down as many of the large cities behind the Iron Curtain.

The Polish capital is now a modern capital where you may enjoy all what the Poles had to refrain from during the Communist era.

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