Norwegian to Launch Four New Routes from London Gatwick

By Jesse Sokolow on 14 July 2014
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Salzach River at night

Salzach River at night

Norwegian Air Shuttle announced it will begin service from London Gatwick to four new destinations later this year.  The carrier will launch new routes to Portugal and Spain in the fall, and new routes to the French and Austrian Alps in the winter.

Beginning October 28, Norwegian will offer twice-weekly flights from London Gatwick to Madeira Airport on the Portuguese Island of Madeira in the Atlantic Ocean.  Flights will operate on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

On November 1, the carrier plans to begin service to La Palma Airport, located in Santa Cruz in the Spanish Canary Islands.  Flights are scheduled to operate once-weekly, on Saturdays.

Beginning December 13, Norwegian will launch once-weekly service from London Gatwick to Grenoble–Isère Airport outside of Grenoble, France.  Flights will operate on Saturdays.

In addition, the carrier will begin service to Salzburg Airport in Salzburg, Austria, on December 13. The service will operate once a week, on Saturdays.

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