Norwegian launches new winter destinations

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Norwegian is expanding its route network for the coming winter season to include exciting destinations such as Dubai, Agadir and Hurghada from Norway. The airline is also introducing new routes from other Nordic countries, with the winter program totaling more than 200 connections to 77 destinations.

Magnus Thome Maursund, commercial director at Norwegian, emphasizes the popularity of these new routes among customers, especially Norwegians who want to experience sun and new destinations in winter. In addition to the new sunny destinations, Norwegian's winter program, which begins at the end of October and runs until the end of March, also includes direct flights to numerous major cities in Europe.

The new direct connections for the coming winter season include flights from Oslo to Dubai, Agadir and Hurghada, from Copenhagen to Dubai, Cairo, Hurghada, Agadir and Lanzarote, from Stockholm Arlanda to Dubai, Agadir and Hurghada, as well as from Gothenburg Landvetter to Hurghada, Marrakech and Tenerife. New routes from Helsinki to Agadir, Hurghada and Marrakech are being offered from Finland.

Norwegian and Thomson at Salzburg Airport (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).
Norwegian and Thomson at Salzburg Airport (Photo: Salzburg Airport Presse).
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