Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Norwegian starts two direct flights from Rygge

Rygge Airport. Photo: Johanroed
Norwegian will challenge Ryanair at Rygge Airport after all. They will launch 3 non-stop flights from the airport during the 2012/2013 season.
Norwegian Air Shuttle will launch three direct flights from Rygge Airport this winter season, due to local demand for cheap flights to Spanish airports. The Norwegian budget carrier will fly to Las Palmas on the Canary Islands, as well as Malaga and Alicante on the mainland. Flights will be on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The Iberian peninsula is an increasingly attractive winter destinations for Norwegians, and Norwegian Air Shuttle will increase traffic on existing flight plans.
New flights from 9 other Scandinavian airports to Las Palmas
Norwegian will also launch flights to Las Palmas from 10 other regional airports in Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland. Those are:
  • Billund (DK
  • Evenes (NO)
  • Haugesund (NO)
  • Karlstad (SE)
  • Malmö (SE)
  • Tromsø (NO)
  • Uleåborg (FI)
  • Umeå (SE)
  • Ålesund (NO)
Gran Canaria on Enjoy Food & Travel

On where to stay, what to eat and what to see in the on Gran Canaria. See this map on Enjoy Food & Travel


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