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Norwegian launches 6 new routes 2024/2025

Norwegian announces new routes 2024/2025

You know what? Norwegian wants to add a little bit of spice to winter travel season 2024/2025 with six new flights from Stockholm Arlanda (Sweden) and Göteborg Landvetter (Sweden) airports. You heard right! There are new destinations calling your name.

What about Stockholm Arlanda? It’s taking you to Hurghada, Egypt; Agadir, Morocco; and Dubai—a city associated with glitz and glamour. What’s happening at Gothenburg-Landvetter? They have added flights to Tenerife, as well as the introduction of more routes to Hurghada and Marrakech. Snowed in by the winter? No way!

Elizabeth Axtelius from Swedavia seems pretty excited about this development. She says that for Norwegian this demonstrates a desire among people to keep traveling overseas. New ways of travel are coming up for anyone planning on business trips, leisure or visiting families and friends in Sweden.

Magnus Thome Maursund who is the commercial director Norwegian himself thinks so too. He believes these sunny locations will give travelers an option from the cold weather during winter holidays.

Norwegian launches 6 new routes 2024/2025

Here is their schedule:

On October 31st, 2024 (weekly flights) – Stockholm Arlanda starts serving Hurghada.
The first flight connects Stockholm Arlanda with Agadir (Morocco) on November 1st, 2024 (weekly).
December 13th, 2024 marks the start of flights between Stockholm Arlanda and Dubai (twice a week).
Starting on October 29th, 2024 Göteborg Landvetter would fly to Tenerife every week.
Göteborg Landvetter kicks off its Hurghada operations on October 31st, 2024 (weekly).
The first flight from Göteborg Landvetter to Marrakech in Morocco is on November 2nd, 2024 (weekly).
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Swedavia’s Green Goals

Although managing ten airports, Swedavia achieved zero fossil CO2 emissions from own operations by the end of 2020. They are working towards an objective that would require all fuel at Swedish airports include sustainable aviation fuels by 2025.

 They’ve even won awards for their eco-efforts, with Stockholm Arlanda named Eco-Innovation Airport of the Year in 2021. And if you’re flying out of a Swedavia airport, you can buy sustainable fuel for your journey through flygreenfund.se/swedavia.

Ready to pack your bags? Norwegian’s new routes are waiting! Plan your next journey to Morocco today

Published
28 May 2024