Norwegian and Widerøe has today signed an interline agreement. The agreement includes all Widerøe’s Public Service Obligation routes in Norway (listed below) and Norwegian’s domestic routes in Norway. Initially, the flights will only be available for purchase through Widerøe’s channels, with an estimated launch during the first half of March.
The following Widerøe routes are included in the agreement:
- Oslo - Røros
- All routes from Oslo and Bergen to Sogn og Fjordane and Ørsta/Volda
- All routes between Trondheim and Helgeland (Mo i Rana, Mosjøen, Brønnøysund og Sandnessjøen)
- Trondheim and Oslo to Rørvik and Namsos
- All routes in Nordland, Troms og Finnmark, except from Bodø - Bardufoss
- Direct routes from Oslo to Helgeland (Mo i Rana, Mosjøen, Brønnøysund, Sandnessjøen) and Lofoten (Svolvær, Leknes, Stokmarknes)
- Direct routes from Bergen to Bodø and Tromsø
- Sandefjord/Kristiansand/Trondheim to Evenes
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
Oslo, 26 January 2018
For more information, please contact:
Acting CFO Tore Østby, +47 99546400
IR Officer Stine Klund, +47 98699259
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