Norwegian Airlines To Resume Its Services After Covid-1920/06/2020
Norwegian Airlines the budget airline of Norway is set to resume its services after Covid-19.
However, Norwegian is set to resume its short-haul flight services from within a limited holiday destinations in Europe from July 1, 2020.
Initially, Norwegian will operate flights between London Gatwick to Oslo, London Gatwick to Copenhagen, Edinburgh to Oslo and Edinburgh to Copenhagen.
It will also operate flights from London to Oslo seven times a week, London to Copenhagen six times a week, Edinburgh to Oslo and Copenhagen twice a week.
Jacob Schram, Norwegian’s CEO added: “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.
He also added, “Safety remains our top priority and we have introduced a number of specific measures to further reduce the already low risk of infection on board.”
Stewart Wingate, Gatwick CEO, said: “The restart of regular Norwegian services from Gatwick is very welcome news and reflects the strength of the relationship and success the airline has had at Gatwick in recent years, as well as the fact that consumer demand is picking up as more people want to start flying again.”
Since April 2020, there are eight aircraft operating on domestic routes in Norway. There will be another 12 aircraft will re-join the fleet and will operate across Scandinavian regions.
From July 2020, the airline will include holiday destinations Spain, Greece and key European cities on its lists.
Norwegian also announces it maintain stricter hygienic policies in order keep passengers and staffs safe while they board.
There are useful information about Norwegian’s upcoming flight services available from here.
Meanwhile, other flights will operate from the UK within a shortest period.