The low-cost carrier is adding frequencies to sunny destinations, raising capacity this winter by almost 85%.
Norwegian says it is “continuing its investments in Finland” by adding departures to popular destinations in Spain for the upcoming winter season.
During the coming months there will be more frequencies to choose from in the Finnish capital to travel southwest, as the low-cost carrier adds extra flights between Helsinki and Malaga, Alicante, Barcelona, Las Palmas and Tenerife.
Norwegian is adding over 200,000 seats for its flights from Helsinki to its destinations in Spain, increasing capacity on the routes by almost 85%.
For Malaga the airline will make up to three departures a day, according to Finnish airport operator Finavia.
For Alicante departures will rise to two a day, for Barcelona there will be one departure every day except Mondays and Saturdays, and for both Las Palmas and Tenerife there will be two departures a day each.
“We are happy to see that Finnish passengers appreciate Norwegian,” says Thomas Ramdahl, the airline’s commercial director.
“The significant addition in capacity means that more and more passengers get the opportunity to get affordable flights to Spain in modern, comfortable and environment friendly aircraft.”