Norwegian signs new €50 million charter deal

Carrier says it will fly record number of passengers in summer
Low-cost airline Norwegian has signed a series of new agreements worth more than €50 million to continue its charter partnerships with TUI, Thomas Cook Northern Europe and Nazar Nordic.
The agreements will see Norwegian fly passengers on more than 2,200 flights from the Nordics and the UK to summer destinations including the Balearics, the Greek islands and the Canaries.
From various airports in Norway, the airline will fly customers to vacation destinations in Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Spain and Turkey. From Stockholm, it will fly to Antalya in Turkey, and from Oulu it will fly to Rhodes.
From London Gatwick, Norwegian will fly to destinations across Greece, Spain and Portugal, together with a new charter service to Tenerife from Cardiff.
TTG Nordic


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