Norwegian to Launch Flight Number Code D8 from late-Oct 2015

Norwegian at the launch of winter 2015 season will begin to adopt flight number “D8”, initially on flights from London Gatwick for European routes. Certain service from London Gatwick will be using “D8” flight numbers from 25OCT15. From 27MAR16, Norwegian service for the remainder of London Gatwick, flights to/from Spain, as well as Helsinki, will also see flight number switches from DY to D8.

D8 is the airline code for Norwegian Air International. Routes marked with * below represents only selected flights operated by D8 flight numbers.

effective 25OCT15:
London Gatwick – Aalborg
* London Gatwick – Alicante
London Gatwick – Berlin Schoenefeld
London Gatwick – Budapest
London Gatwick – Copenhagen
London Gatwick – Faro
London Gatwick – Fuerteventura
London Gatwick – Funchal
London Gatwick – Grenoble
* London Gatwick – Helsinki
London Gatwick – Lanzarote
London Gatwick – Larnaca
London Gatwick – Las Palmas/Gran Canaria
London Gatwick – Oslo
London Gatwick – Palma Mallorca
London Gatwick – Rome
London Gatwick – Salzburg
London Gatwick – Stockholm
London Gatwick – Tenerife South
London Gatwick – Tromso
London Gatwick – Warsaw

effective 27MAR16:
Alicante – Aalborg
Alicante – Aalesund
Alicante – Bergen
Alicante – Billund
Alicante – Cologne
* Alicante – Copenhagen
* Alicante – Gothenburg
Alicante – Hamburg
* Alicante – Helsinki
Alicante – Munich
Alicante – Oslo
Alicante – Oslo Rygge
Alicante – Sandefjord
* Alicante – Stavanger
* Alicante – Stockholm
Alicante – Tromso
Alicante – Turku
Barcelona – Berlin Schoenefeld
Barcelona – Billund
* Barcelona – Copenhagen
Barcelona – Dubrovnik
* Barcelona – Gothenburg
Barcelona – Hamburg
Barcelona – Helsinki
* Barcelona – Oslo
Barcelona – Stavanger
* Barcelona – Stockholm
Barcelona – Trondheim
Barcelona – Warsaw
Helsinki – Alicante
Helsinki – Athens
Helsinki – Budapest
Helsinki – Bourgas
Helsinki – Chania
Helsinki – Dublin
Helsinki – Dubrovnik
Helsinki – Las Palmas
Helsinki – Nice
Helsinki – Oulu
Helsinki – Palma Mallorca
Helsinki – Prague
Helsinki – Rome
Helsinki – Rovaniemi
Helsinki – Split
Helsinki – Tenerife South
Helsinki – Venice
Las Palmas – Bodo
Las Palmas – Evenes
Las Palmas – Helsinki
* Las Palmas – Oslo
Las Palmas – Sandefjord
* Las Palmas – Stockholm
Las Palmas – Tromso
London Gatwick – Aalesund
London Gatwick – Barcelona
London Gatwick – Corfu
London Gatwick – Dubrovnik
* London Gatwick – Gothenburg
London Gatwick – Helsinki
London Gatwick – Ibiza
London Gatwick – Kefalonia
London Gatwick – Madrid
London Gatwick – Malaga
London Gatwick – Santorini
Madrid – Birmingham
Madrid – Catania
Madrid – Copenhagen
Madrid – Dubrovnik
Madrid – Hamburg
Madrid – Helsinki
Madrid – Malta
Madrid – Oslo
Madrid – Stockholm
Madrid – Warsaw
Malaga – Aalborg
Malaga – Birmingham
Malaga – Cologne
* Malaga – Copenhagen
* Malaga – Gothenburg
Malaga – Hamburg
Malaga – Helsinki
Malaga – Munich
Malaga – Oslo
Malaga – Oslo Rygge
Malaga – Sandefjord
* Malaga – Stockholm
Malaga – Warsaw
Tenerife South – Oslo

Note some routes are omitted in this list as Norwegian’s current schedule is listed until the first week of June 2016.


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