Norwegian Air to Drop Key Routes from Copenhagen and Stockholm to the U.S.

By Paul Riegler on 28 November 2019
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IMG_5037 (1)Scandinavian low-cost carrier Norwegian Air said plans to discontinue multiple long-haul routes to the United States and Thailand next spring.

Seasonal flights linking both New York and Los Angeles to Copenhagen and Stockholm won’t return as originally scheduled.  It will also discontinue service from those two Scandinavian cities to Bangkok and Krabi, Thailand.  It has no plans to discontinue current routes from Oslo to the United States, however, nor is it making significant changes to its flights to other major European cities.

Earlier this month, the airline said it plans to add new seasonal transatlantic routes to Chicago and Denver next summer, after quietly announcing plans to discontinue its New York-Rome service in March of 2020.

The Fornebu, Norway-based carrier will add non-stop flights linking Chicago O’Hare International Airport with both Paris Charles de Gaulle and Rome’s Leonardo Di Vinci airports, as well as from Rome to Denver International Airport.

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