Norwegian has announced 40 new routes for Summer 2024, expanding its offerings for leisure and business travelers. These new routes include nine departures from Norway, 17 from Denmark, nine from Sweden, and two from Finland.
Additionally, Norwegian will introduce new point-to-point routes outside the Nordics, connecting destinations such as Malaga to Munich, Alicante to Munich, Riga to Corfu, and Riga to Tivat. With 332 routes flying to 123 destinations, the summer program will offer travelers a wide range of choices.
“Launching these new routes expands our network and offers our customers more choice,” said Magnus Thome Maursund, Chief Commercial Officer in Norwegian. “We are looking forward to a busy summer season and welcoming our customers on board,”
Norwegian has added several new destinations to its summer program, including Basel, Lyon, Montpellier, Pristina, Zadar, and Bari. From May 2nd, there will also be four weekly flights between London Gatwick and Gothenburg. The Munich-Malaga and Munich-Alicante routes will also be operational throughout the summer. The routes from Riga to Corfu and Riga to Tivat will continue to operate.
“Our exciting new destinations will take travelers to vibrant European cities and destinations with crystal clear waters and sandy beaches. Our job is to make sure we get our customers to where they want to go and that their journey is as pleasant and smooth as possible,” said Magnus Thome Maursund.
Next summer, Norwegian Airlines will have a fleet of approximately 90 aircraft. These planes will operate on 332 routes, serving 123 destinations. Norwegian was the most punctual airline in Europe for several consecutive months this year.
Norwegian, the largest airline in Norway and a prominent low-cost carrier in Europe, boasts 4,500 dedicated employees. Norwegian’s extensive network connects Nordic countries and European destinations. The airline has served over 300 million passengers since its establishment in 2002. The primary objective of Norwegian is to provide affordable airfares and a wide range of choices.
Norwegian drives sustainable solutions and leads the transformation of the aviation industry. The company has set a goal to reduce its CO2 emissions by 45 percent by 2030. To achieve this, Norwegian renews its fleet, advocates for sustainable aviation fuel, and reduces waste. The airline uses wind and weather data to to ensure fuel-saving flight routes. By prioritizing sustainability, Norwegian aims to become the preferred eco-friendly choice for its passengers.