Norwegian Air have announced that they will begin UK flights in early July, due to increased customer demand.
It looks as though there could be a few destinations to choose from this summer after all. With the tourism industry looking pretty uncertain, it was once very unclear when travelling would return as a viable possibility. [Featured Image: Norwegian Air, Instagram]
But Norwegian Air has now added to the list of possibilities. Joining the likes of France, Portugal, Iceland, the Netherlands and more, you’ll soon be able to go on a socially-distant trip to Copenhagen and Oslo via the international airline.
From July 1, flights will resume, beginning with those to and from Gatwick and Edinburgh to Copenhagen and Oslo. It is said to be returning due to “increased customer demand”.
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“Feedback from our customers has shown that they are keen to get back in the air and resume their travels with Norwegian beyond the current domestic services that we have been operating,” said Norwegian Air CEO Jacob Schram. “Norwegian is returning to European skies with the reintroduction of more aircraft to serve our key destinations which will ensure that we remain in line with competing carriers.”
This news comes after Norwegian Air had furloughed or laid off 90% of staff during Europe’s travel restriction period.
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