Friday, November 02, 2012

Norwegian Air Shuttle offers new destinations from spring 2013

The wealthy merchant Jens Bang built this magnificent Renaissance building in Aalborg in 1624. Photo: Dr. Jost Hindersmann Krimidoedel
Norwegian will start direct flights between Oslo Airport to Gotland, Sweden and Aalborg, Denmark from coming spring and summer. The air carrier will also return to the Svalbard Archipelago in 2013.  
Polar bear warning. Photo: Bjørn Christian Tørrissen
Norwegian Air Shuttle will fly daily except Saturdays to Aalborg from April 2013, challenging Danish Sun Air that has two daily flights to Aalborg. 
Norwegian Air Shuttle will start flights every Thursday and Sunday to Visby, Gotland from June 23rd through August 15th. Norwegian Widerøe has been the only airline offering flights from Oslo to Gotland.

The most exotic destination for Norwegian Air Shuttle is the Svalbard archipelago, far north of mainland Norway. From March 1st 2013 the air carrier will fly Oslo Longyearbyen every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

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