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Norwegian Air Shuttle Boeing 737-800

Norwegian Air Shuttle is a low-cost airline operating from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Spain and the United Kingdom. As of December 2012, it operates to 87 airports in 25 countries across three continents, from its operating bases. Norwegian was founded in 1993 as a regional airline to operate routes for Braathens SAFE in Western Norway.[1] It became a domestic, main-haul low-cost carrier from 1 September 2002, when it took into use Boeing 737-300.[2] In 2006, Norwegian Air Shuttle established its first non-Norwegian base at Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport in Poland.[3] A year later, Norwegian bought the Swedish low-cost carrier FlyNordic,[4] which was merged into Norwegian a year later.[5]

The airline has bases at Oslo Airport, Gardermoen; Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, Copenhagen Airport, Helsinki Airport, Bergen Airport, Flesland; Trondheim Airport, Værnes; Gran Canaria Airport, Alicante International Airport, London Gatwick Airport, Gothenburg Landvetter Airport, and Stavanger Airport, Sola with the main technical base located at the latter.[4][6][7][8]

Destinations[edit]

Map of Norwegian Air Shuttle's domestic routes in Norway

The list shows airports that have been served by Norwegian Air Shuttle currently and previously. It excludes airports only operated by charter services. The list includes the country, city and the airport's name, with the airline's hubs marked. The list also contains notifications of destinations that are marked non-continuous and if they are seasonal, and for dates revealing the first flight to the new respective destination. All destinations below are operated by Norwegian, but some of them are operated by Norwegian Long Haul.

Airports that were offering service to Norwegian before the year of 2003 are mostly airports where the airline did regional turboprop services for Braathens SAFE, prior to their inclusion in the SAS Group, which in turn led to the start of the current jet operation.

Subsidiary of Norwegian Air Shuttle, Norwegian Long Haul has initiated routes to Bangkok, transatlantic routes to New York City and Fort Lauderdale in 2013 and will expand in 2014 with routes to Los Angeles, Oakland / San Francisco and Orlando (Florida), all from Scandinavia. The airline also plans to operate flights to Cape Town and Durban in South Africa, as well as Delhi in India and Hong Kong in China.

[Hub] Operating base
[Non] Non-continuous service
[S] Seasonal
[F] Future
[T] Terminated
Country City Airport Notes Ref
Austria Salzburg Salzburg Airport [S] [9]
Austria Vienna Vienna International Airport
Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Sarajevo International Airport [S]
Bulgaria Burgas Burgas Airport [S] [10]
Bulgaria Varna Varna Airport [S] [10]
Chile Santiago de Chile Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport [F]
Croatia Dubrovnik Dubrovnik Airport [S] [11]
Croatia Pula Pula Airport [S] [12]
Croatia Rijeka Rijeka Airport [S] [13]
Croatia Split Split Airport [S] [14]
Croatia Zagreb Zagreb Airport [S] [15]
Cyprus Larnaca Larnaca International Airport
Czech Republic Prague Václav Havel Airport Prague [16]
Denmark Aalborg Aalborg Airport
Denmark Billund Billund Airport
Denmark Copenhagen Copenhagen Airport [Hub] [17]
Denmark Karup Karup Airport [T] [18]
Denmark Rønne Bornholm Airport [T] [18]
Egypt Sharm-el-Sheikh Sharm El Sheikh International Airport [19]
Estonia Tallinn Tallinn Airport [20]
Finland Helsinki Helsinki Airport [Hub] [21]
Finland Ivalo Ivalo Airport [S] [22]
Finland Kemi-Tornio Kemi-Tornio Airport [Non] scheduled for summer 2017
due to runway maintenance at Oulu.
[23]
Finland Kittilä Kittilä Airport
Finland Oulu Oulu Airport [24]
Finland Rovaniemi Rovaniemi Airport [24]
Finland Turku Turku Airport [T]
Finland Vaasa Vaasa Airport
France Ajaccio Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte Airport [Non]
France Bastia Bastia – Poretta Airport [S]
France Beauvais Beauvais–Tillé Airport [T]
France Bordeaux Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport [S]
France Grenoble Grenoble–Isère Airport [S] [25]
France Marseille Marseille Provence Airport [S]
France Montpellier Montpellier–Méditerranée Airport [S]
France Nice Nice Côte d'Azur Airport [11]
France Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
France Paris Orly Airport
France Pointe-à-Pitre Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport [S] [26]
France Fort-de-France Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport [S]
Germany Berlin Berlin Schönefeld Airport [11]
Germany Cologne Cologne Bonn Airport
Germany Düsseldorf Düsseldorf Airport [F]
Germany Hannover Hannover Airport [F] [27]
Germany Frankfurt Frankfurt Airport [T] [28]
Germany Hamburg Hamburg Airport [29]
Germany Munich Munich Airport [30]
Greece Athens Athens International Airport [S] [31]
Greece Cephalonia Cephalonia International Airport [S]
Greece Chania Chania International Airport [S] [32]
Greece Corfu Corfu International Airport [S]
Greece Heraklion Heraklion International Airport [S] [10]
Greece Kos Kos Island International Airport [S] [10]
Greece Preveza Aktion National Airport [S]
Greece Rhodes Rhodes International Airport [S] [10]
Greece Santorini Santorini National Airport [S] [32]
Hungary Budapest Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport [11]
Iceland Reykjavík Keflavík International Airport
Ireland Dublin Dublin Airport [31]
Israel Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport [33]
Italy Catania Catania–Fontanarossa Airport [S]
Italy Milan Milan–Malpensa Airport [Non]
Italy Olbia Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport [Non] [16]
Italy Palermo Falcone–Borsellino Airport [Non] [16]
Italy Pisa Pisa International Airport [S] [11]
Italy Rome Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport [31]
Italy Turin Turin Airport [T] [34][9]
Italy Venice Venice Marco Polo Airport [16]
Kosovo[a] Pristina Pristina International Airport [35]
Latvia Riga Riga International Airport [36]
Lithuania Palanga Palanga International Airport [7]
Lithuania Vilnius Vilnius Airport [20]
Malta Valletta Malta International Airport [Non] [37][16]
Montenegro Tivat Tivat Airport
Morocco Agadir Agadir–Al Massira Airport [38]
Morocco Marrakech Marrakesh Menara Airport [38]
Netherlands Amsterdam Amsterdam Airport Schiphol [8]
Norway Ålesund Ålesund Airport, Vigra [Non] [39][40]
Norway Alta Alta Airport [40]
Norway Andenes Andøya Airport, Andenes [41][42]
Norway Bardufoss Bardufoss Airport [43]
Norway Bergen Bergen Airport, Flesland [Hub] [1]
Norway Bodø Bodø Airport [41]
Norway Harstad/Narvik Harstad/Narvik Airport, Evenes [44]
Norway Haugesund Haugesund Airport, Karmøy [Non] [1]
Norway Kirkenes Kirkenes Airport, Høybuktmoen
Norway Kristiansand Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik [Non] [1]
Norway Kristiansund Kristiansund Airport, Kvernberget [T] [1]
Norway Lakselv Lakselv Airport, Banak [41][42]
Norway Longyearbyen Longyearbyen Airport, Longyear [Non] [45][46]
Norway Molde Molde Airport, Årø [Non] [1][47]
Norway Moss Moss Airport, Rygge [T] [7]
Norway Oslo Oslo Airport, Gardermoen [Hub] Largest hub and headquarters [2]
Norway Sandefjord Sandefjord Airport, Torp [7]
Norway Stavanger Stavanger Airport, Sola [Hub] [1]
Norway Tromsø Tromsø Airport, Langnes [2]
Norway Trondheim Trondheim Airport, Værnes [Hub] [1]
Poland Gdańsk Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport [36]
Poland Kraków John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice [48]
Poland Poznan Poznań–Ławica Airport
Poland Szczecin "Solidarity" Szczecin–Goleniów Airport [49]
Poland Warsaw Warsaw Chopin Airport [48]
Poland Wroclaw Copernicus Airport Wrocław [31]
Portugal Faro Faro Airport [50]
Portugal Funchal Cristiano Ronaldo International Airport
Portugal Lisbon Lisbon Portela Airport [S] [51]
Russia Moscow Domodedovo International Airport [T] [37][52]
Russia Saint Petersburg Pulkovo Airport [T] [53]
Serbia Belgrade Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport [54]
Singapore Singapore Singapore Changi Airport begins 28 September 2017 [55]
Slovakia Bratislava Bratislava Airport [T]
Spain Alicante Alicante–Elche Airport [Hub]
Spain Barcelona Barcelona–El Prat Airport [Hub] Long-Haul begins 5 June 2017
Spain Bilbao Bilbao Airport [S] [51]
Spain Fuerteventura Fuerteventura Airport
Spain Ibiza Ibiza Airport [S] [10]
Spain Lanzarote Lanzarote Airport [19]
Spain Las Palmas Gran Canaria Airport [Hub]
Spain Madrid Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Bajaras Airport [Hub] Non-continuous also however [37][56]
Spain Málaga Málaga Airport [Hub] [37][56]
Spain Minorca Menorca Airport [S]
Spain Murcia Murcia–San Javier Airport [16]
Spain Palma de Mallorca Palma de Mallorca Airport [57]
Spain Tenerife Tenerife-South Airport [Hub] [58]
Spain Valencia Valencia Airport [T] [12][59]
Sweden Gothenburg Göteborg Landvetter Airport [Hub]
Sweden Karlstad Karlstad Airport [S]
Sweden Kiruna Kiruna Airport [Non] [5]
Sweden Luleå Luleå Airport [5]
Sweden Malmö Malmö Airport [24]
Sweden Östersund Åre Östersund Airport [T]
Sweden Stockholm Stockholm Arlanda Airport [Hub] [40]
Sweden Umeå Umeå Airport [5]
Sweden Visby Visby Airport [S] [51]
Switzerland Geneva Geneva Airport [34]
Thailand Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport [60]
Turkey Antalya Antalya Airport [Hub] [61]
Turkey Dalaman Dalaman Airport [S] [62]
Turkey Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport [S] [61]
Ukraine Kiev Boryspil International Airport [T]
United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai International Airport [S] [62]
United Kingdom Belfast Belfast International Airport [F]
United Kingdom Birmingham Birmingham Airport [63]
United Kingdom Edinburgh Edinburgh Airport [64]
United Kingdom London Gatwick Airport [Hub] Long-haul hub [65]
United Kingdom Manchester Manchester Airport [66]
United Kingdom Newcastle upon Tyne Newcastle Airport [T] [41][67]
United States Baltimore Baltimore–Washington International Airport [S] [26]
United States Boston Logan International Airport [26]
United States Denver Denver International Airport [F] begins 16 September 2017 [26]
United States Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport [68]
United States Hartford, CT Bradley International Airport
United States Las Vegas McCarran International Airport [69]
United States Los Angeles Los Angeles International Airport [70]
United States Newark Newark Liberty International Airport [F] begins 6 June 2017 [71]
United States Newburgh, NY Stewart International Airport [F] begins 15 June 2017
United States New York City John F. Kennedy International Airport [60]
United States Oakland Oakland International Airport [70]
United States Orlando Orlando International Airport [70]
United States Providence T. F. Green Airport [F] begins 16 June 2017 [72]
United States San Juan, Puerto Rico Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport [T] [73]
United States St. Croix, USVI Henry E. Rohlsen Airport [T] [73]
United States Seattle Seattle–Tacoma International Airport [F] begins 17 September 2017 [74]

References[edit]

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  27. ^ Norwegian expands in Germany with new low-cost routes from Düsseldorf and Hannover 13 December 2016
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Annotations[edit]

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