Norwegian Air Sweden outlines initial operations from August 2019

Norwegian in recent schedule update filed operations, which sees selected service to/from Scandinavia with remark “operated by Norwegian Air Sweden (IATA code LE)”. Norwegian Air Sweden aircraft operation is set to commence in August 2019, based on current listing, including following routes.

Note selected service on these routes continue to be sold under Norwegian Air Shuttle’s DY-coded flight numbers. Certain routes will see service “operated by Norwegian Air Sweden” on one-time basis.

Gothenburg – London Gatwick
Oslo – Ajaccio
Oslo – Alicante
Oslo – Antalya
Oslo – Athens
Oslo – Barcelona
Oslo – Belgrade
Oslo – Bergen
Oslo – Bilbao
Oslo – Bourgas
Oslo – Copenhagen
Oslo – Dublin
Oslo – Dubrovnik
Oslo – Edinburgh
Oslo – Faro
Oslo – Funchal
Oslo – Ibiza
Oslo – Larnaca
Oslo – Lisbon
Oslo – London Gatwick
Oslo – Malaga
Oslo – Milan Malpensa
Oslo – Naples
Oslo – Olbia
Oslo – Palma Mallorca
Oslo – Paris CDG
Oslo – Pisa
Oslo – Preveza
Oslo – Pristina
Oslo – Rome
Oslo – Sarajevo
Oslo – Split
Oslo – Tenerife South
Oslo – Tirana
Oslo – Verona
Oslo – Warsaw
Stockholm Arlanda – Alicante
Stockholm Arlanda – Amsterdam
Stockholm Arlanda – Athens
Stockholm Arlanda – Barcelona
Stockholm Arlanda – Bastia
Stockholm Arlanda – Bergen
Stockholm Arlanda – Berlin Schoenefeld
Stockholm Arlanda – Bilbao
Stockholm Arlanda – Bourgas
Stockholm Arlanda – Budapest
Stockholm Arlanda – Chania
Stockholm Arlanda – Copenhagen
Stockholm Arlanda – Dublin
Stockholm Arlanda – Dubrovnik
Stockholm Arlanda – Edinburgh
Stockholm Arlanda – Faro
Stockholm Arlanda – Gran Canaria
Stockholm Arlanda – Gothenburg
Stockholm Arlanda – Helsinki
Stockholm Arlanda – Kiruna
Stockholm Arlanda – Krakow
Stockholm Arlanda – Larnaca
Stockholm Arlanda – Lisbon
Stockholm Arlanda – London Gatwick
Stockholm Arlanda – Lulea
Stockholm Arlanda – Malaga
Stockholm Arlanda – Malmo
Stockholm Arlanda – Manchester
Stockholm Arlanda – Munich
Stockholm Arlanda – Nice
Stockholm Arlanda – Oslo
Stockholm Arlanda – Palermo
Stockholm Arlanda – Palma Mallorca
Stockholm Arlanda – Paris CDG
Stockholm Arlanda – Prague
Stockholm Arlanda – Pristina
Stockholm Arlanda – Rhodes
Stockholm Arlanda – Riga
Stockholm Arlanda – Rome
Stockholm Arlanda – Sarajevo
Stockholm Arlanda – Split
Stockholm Arlanda – Tallinn
Stockholm Arlanda – Tel Aviv
Stockholm Arlanda – Tenerife South
Stockholm Arlanda – Umea
Stockholm Arlanda – Venice
Stockholm Arlanda – Vilnius


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