Nordic routes to Edinburgh expanded

Norwegian adds capacity on summer flights
Low-cost airline Norwegian has put on sale an increased number of flights from Edinburgh this summer, including more frequencies from the Nordic region.
It says it is placing the Scottish capital at the centre of its UK growth and ahead of planned transatlantic flights to the USA to be announced in the coming weeks.
From March 26, Copenhagen-Edinburgh will have six flights a week, up from the current two. On the same date, Norwegian will double the number of weekly flights to Edinburgh from Oslo to six per week. And from March 28, Stockholm-Edinburgh will get a third weekly service.
Norwegian is also bringing back its route to Edinburgh-Barcelona route from March 29 with a twice-weekly service.
TTG Nordic


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