Starting May 1st, 2024, Norwegian will offer new service between Gothenburg Landvetter Airport and Dubrovnik, Croatia. The route will operate twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays and will be the airline’s fifth new route from Gothenburg for spring 2024.
On Tuesday (November 28, 2023), Norwegian Air Shuttle announced the launch of new service between Gothenburg Landvetter Airport and Dubrovnik, Croatia. The route will be operated twice weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays starting May 1st, 2024. With new service to Dubrovnik, Norwegian will be launching five new routes from Gothenburg for their summer 2024 schedule. For the winter 2023/24 schedule, Norwegian flies directly from Gothenburg Landvetter to Alicante, Barcelona, Las Palmas and Malaga.
In Tuesday’s route announcement, Norwegian’s Commercial Director, Thome Maursund, said,
“We are happy to be able to continue developing the route network on the West Coast and with today's launch you will be able to fly directly to nine destinations from Gothenburg. There is great interest in being able to fly directly from Gothenburg and it is therefore pleasing to be able to offer more departures next year. We look forward to welcoming travelers on board.”
For summer 2024, customers traveling With Norwegian from Gothenburg Landvetter Airport will be able to fly to Nice, Palma/Mallorca, London Gatwick, Alicante, Barcelona, Malaga, Pristina and Dubrovnik.
Norwegian Air Shuttle was established in September 2002 with four domestic routes and has since carried over 300 million passengers. The carrier is the largest Norwegian airline and currently employs approximately 4,500 team members. Most employees are based in Norway in Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen and Stavanger, or at the company’s head office in Fornebu. The carrier also has offices in Riga and Barcelona, as well as bases in Alicante and Malaga. The carrier currently offers affordable flights on a short-haul network of destinations in the Nordic countries and to key European destinations. Norwegian aims to reduce CO2 emissions by 45 percent by 2030.
Source: Norwegian Air Shuttle/Mynewsdesk