New Economy Nonstop Flights from U.S. to Oslo and Bergen

Bergen Wharf Bryggen in Bergen UNESCOWould you like to experience the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bryggen (the old wharf) in Bergen? Now is your chance.

Do you have a dream to travel to Norway and experience exotic destinations and Norwegian culture, but think the flight will become far too expensive – do not despair! Now you can book cheap non-stop flights to Oslo and Bergen.

From the summer of 2014, Norwegian Air Shuttle as the only airliner is introducing new direct flights from Los Angeles and San Francisco to Oslo with its new Dreamliners – in addition to a weekly non-stop flight from New York to Bergen. Flights from New York and Fort Lauderdale to Oslo are already operating.

Dreamliners to the Country of Your Dreams

The airline routes starting in May and June from the West Coast use the much talked about Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

– It is a great pleasure to launch three new long-haul destinations. Today, the major air traffic flows between Europe and the United States and there is great demand for a quality product at competitive low prices between the two continents, CEO of Norwegian Bjørn Kjos said at a press conference.

Today, no other airliner offer direct flights from these destinations to Norway.

Airline tickets from New York to Oslo and Bergen and from Fort Lauderdale to Oslo can be found on the company website. Tickets from Los Angeles and San Francisco will be available at a later date.

 

New non-stop flights to Oslo and Bergen:

New York – Bergen: One weekly flight from 2 May 2014 (Flights between Fort Lauderdale and New York to Oslo are already established).

Los Angeles – Oslo: One weekly flight from about 1 June 2014

San Francisco – Oslo: Three weekly flights from about 28 May 2014

Photo by: visitnorway.com

Text by: Thor Lanesskog, ThorNews

Source: Norwegian Air Shuttle

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Categories: Eastern Norway, Travel, Western Norway

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