Norse Atlantic Airways Extends Oslo-Bangkok Route

Norse Atlantic Airways Extends Oslo-Bangkok Route
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Norse Atlantic Airways announced on Friday that they have extended their Oslo-Bangkok route due to continued strong demand.

The carrier will launch services between May 29 and September 7 next year on a twice-weekly basis, using it’s flagship Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Norse Atlantic Airways Unveils New Oslo-Bangkok Route…

Norse Atlantic Airways Extends Oslo-Bangkok Route
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In a statement, Norse Atlantic Airways said the following on the extension of the Oslo-Bangkok route:

“Following a highly anticipated launch in the winter of 2023, this route has quickly become a traveller favourite, connecting two vibrant cities and catering to the increasing demand for affordable direct flights to Thailand.”

Adding to this was Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO and Founder of Norse Atlantic Airways:

“We are delighted to extend our direct flights between Oslo and Bangkok into the summer season. The positive response from our passengers affirms the demand for convenient and direct travel options between these two important destinations”.

The Oslo-based carrier has been making waves over the course of this year, taking advantage of routes with significant demand, with Bangkok being a prime example of this.

An example of this was seen through the announcement of Miami flights from Paris.

Norse Atlantic Airways stands out for its commitment to affordable long-haul flights, primarily connecting Europe and the United States.

Founded in March 2021 by CEO Bjørn Tore Larsen, the company prioritizes value without compromising on quality.

Norse Atlantic Airways marked its journey from Oslo to New York in June 2022; the airline has since expanded its reach, connecting travelers to US destinations such as Los Angeles, Orlando, Washington, Boston and now Miami.

Other destinations served by the carrier include Barbados, Jamaica, Bangkok, Oslo, London, Berlin, Rome and Paris.

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