Norwegian Air Low-Balls Entry Of Fourth Nonstop Scandinavian Flight
by Maria Lisella


Anxious to gain market share, Norwegian Air is launching its fourth nonstop Scandinavian destination – with fares starting as low as $89 one-way including taxes, and two new routes from Stewart International Airport and T.F. Green Airport to Bergen Airport Flesland beginning this July.

The new Scandinavian routes will operate seasonally this summer and are already available for purchase at norwegian.com/us.

Flights will operate twice weekly from Providence on Tuesdays and Saturdays beginning on July 1, 2017, and twice weekly from New York on Sundays and Thursdays beginning on July 2, 2017. With these new routes, Norwegian offers 57 routes from the U.S.; 50 to Europe and seven to the French Caribbean. Other upcoming 2017 launches from the U.S. include: Oakland/San Francisco to Copenhagen (March 28); Los Angeles to Barcelona (June 5); New York/Newark to Barcelona (June 6); Oakland/San Francisco to Barcelona (June 7); Orlando to Paris (July 31); and Fort Lauderdale to Barcelona (August 22).

New Flights Connect the West Coast to Scandinavia Finland’s national carrier, Finnair will operate a new seasonal route of three times weekly from Helsinki to San Francisco from June 1 to September 30. San Francisco is the carrier’s fourth U.S. destination, along with New York, Chicago and Miami. On March 28, 2017, Norwegian will open a new nonstop route between Oakland, CA and Copenhagen. The flight will operate twice a week on Norwegian's state-of-the-art 787 Dreamliners.

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