Next summer, Norwegian will offer a seasonal connection Toulouse towards the Danish capital Copenhagenand of Montpellier towards the Norwegian capital Oslo.
From June 3 and until October 4, 2024, the Norwegian low-cost airline will operate two direct flights per week between Toulouse-Blagnac airport and Copenhagen airport, on Mondays and Fridays, thus facilitating travel. business and tourist trips for a city break or a longer discovery stay. Norwegian will operate this route with a single-aisle Boeing 737-800 or 737 MAX-8.
“The arrival of Norwegian, a brand new company in Toulouse, opens the way to Scandinavia. Northern Europe was missing from our network and we made it a priority in our strategy“, declared the chairman of the board of directors of Toulouse-Blagnac Airport. “The work undertaken by all those involved has borne fruit. With this direct connection to Denmark and a stone’s throw from Sweden, we are creating an opening to this region known for its dynamic economy and quality of life. In the other direction, Toulouse will be the gateway to the great South-West for the Danes“.
And from June 22 until August 17, 2024, Norwegian will serve the Norwegian capital Oslo from Montpellier, with two direct flights per week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The low cost reports that the Tuesday rotation will allow easy connections via Oslo to several important regional cities (Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim, Kristiansand, Alesund, Molde). The flights will be operated by a 186-seat Boeing 737-800.
“We are so happy and proud to see Norwegian taking root in Montpellier. Thanks to its pricing policy and the quality of its services, Norwegian is one of those players who make us attractive, rejoices Emmanuel Brehmer. Obviously, Montpellier is a magnificent destination for residents of Oslo, and more broadly of Norway and Scandinavia, who will be able to discover an endearing and authentic South. But this opening also constitutes an unexpected opportunity to discover a remarkable city and country.s”, welcomed the Montpellier-Mediterranean airport.