Norwegian to fly to Singapore as NUK

Airline to launch new route to Singapore this winter
Norwegian is to launch a new route to Singapore this winter, from London Gatwick, as the airline’s growing low-cost long-haul network from the UK expands to Asia for the first time.
From September 28, the carrier will operate four flights a week, increasing to five in the winter, from Gatwick to Changi at a cost of £179 (€214) one way, operated on Norwegian’s new 787 Dreamliner aircraft.
CEO Bjorn Kjos: “The UK is at the heart of Norwegian’s ambitious plans for growth so it is a significant moment not only to launch this exciting new route, but also for it to be the first long-haul route to take to the skies with our new ‘Norwegian UK’ subsidiary.”
Norwegian UK (NUK) was established in 2015 to give the airline a stronger foothold in the UK market, allowing it to access bilateral traffic rights to a series of new markets in Asia, Africa and South America. NUK is headquartered at London Gatwick.
TTG Nordic