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Norse Atlantic Airways Launches Connectivity Partnership With easyJet, Norwegian and Spirit

Through a virtual interline agreement powered by Dohop, Norse Atlantic Airways has launched a connectivity partnership with easyJet, Norwegian and Spirit Airlines. The partnership will provide over 600 weekly connections across Europe and the U.S.

Norse Atlantic Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner - Courtesy Norse Atlantic Airways / Cision

On Thursday (July 28, 2022), Norse Atlantic Airways announced the launch of a connectivity partnership with easyJet, Norwegian and Spirit Airlines. Powered by Dohop, the virtual interline agreement will provide over 600 weekly connections across Europe and the U.S. to Norse’s transatlantic services via Oslo, London, New York, Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Orlando (MCO) and Los Angeles (LAX). The partnership with easyJet will offer seamless connectivity across Europe to Norse’s flights from London Gatwick (LGW) to New York (JFK), and from Berlin (BER) to New York and Los Angeles. From Oslo, the partnership with Norwegian will allow customers to easily book flights to domestic, Scandinavian and European destinations, with connections to Norse’s flights to New York-JFK, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles. Finally, Norse Atlantic’s partnership with Spirit Airlines will offer convenient onward connections to other popular U.S. destinations such as Las Vegas, Dallas, Nashville and Salt Lake City via FLL, MCO and LAX.

In today’s announcment, Norse Atlantic Airways’ CEO, Bjørn Tore Larsen, said,

“Since the launch of Norse Atlantic Airways we have made long haul transatlantic travel available to all thanks to our affordable fares and exciting destinations. Customers can now explore further and connect onto the services of our partner airlines across Europe and the U.S. These agreements will further boost transatlantic travel which will benefit local tourism and businesses on both sides of the Atlantic.”

In a separate press release on Tuesday (July 28, 2022), Norwegian Air Shuttle’s CEO, Geir Karlsen, said,

“This agreement is a win-win for the customers and for Norwegian. For customers, this is good news because it links our flights in Europe with Norse's destinations to and from the USA. The platform finds good onward connections and secures the itinerary. At the same time, the goal is to get more customers who fly long-haul into our network.”

Also commenting on the new virtual interline partnership, Dohop’s Commercial Director, Sarah Hanan, added,

“We’re thrilled to have a new, innovative, and forward-thinking transatlantic carrier such as Norse Atlantic Airways among our platform hosts. This new platform will enable Norse Atlantic Airways to easily build new partnerships with airlines across the world, facilitate growth and new commercial opportunities, and offer complex itineraries across Europe and North America to their passengers.”

With over 17 years of experience, Dohop is an Icelandic technology company that develops innovative solutions in the fields of aviation and travel. The company’s core technologies focus on helping people find and create connecting itineraries. Dohop is at the forefront of digital innovation in the field of virtual interline technology and has developed solutions such as Dohop Interline and Dohop Intermodal. The company’s airline partners include easyJet, Transavia, Air France, Eurowings, Vueling, Air Transat, LATAM and many more.

Founded in March 2021 by major shareholder and CEO Bjørn Tore Larsen, Norse Atlantic Airways offers affordable transatlantic and European flights. The company’s head office is located in Arendal, Norway, and Norse has a second office in London. Norse has a fleet of 15 modern, fuel-efficient Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. The carrier serves or will serve destinations including New York, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Paris, London and Berlin. The first flights between Oslo and the U.S. departed on June 14, 2022.

Source(s): Norse Atlantic Airways / Cision, Norwegian Air Shuttle / Mynewsdesk


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