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Norwegian anuncia una nueva ruta: Alicante - Londres Gatwick

Mensaje  RdL el Vie 02 Nov 2012, 23:00

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Alicante - Londres Gatwick

Temporada de Verano 2013
  • Un vuelo semanal a partir del 6 de Abril de 2013.
  • Tres vuelos semanales a partir del 3 de Septiembre de 2013.

Norwegian Air Shuttle anuncia una nueva ruta entre Alicante (ALC) y Londres Gatwick (LGW) con un vuelo semanal (sábados) a partir del 6 de Abril de 2013, aumentando a tres vuelos semanales (martes, jueves y sábados) a partir del 3 de Septiembre de 2013. Vuelos a partir de 16 euros por trayecto.

Temporada de Verano 2013:

Alicante (ALC) - Londres Gatwick (LGW):
DY2411: 13:40 - 15:10 - 6 - A partir del 6-Abril-2013
DY2411: 21:20 - 22:50 - 2/4 - A partir del 3-Septiembre-2013
Londres Gatwick (LGW) - Alicante (ALC):
DY2410: 09:35 - 12:55 - 6 - A partir del 6-Abril-2013
DY2410: 17:15 - 20:35 - 2/4 - A partir del 3-Septiembre-2013

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Norwegian Air Shuttle to establish
a new London base at Gatwick

  • One of Europe’s fastest growing airlines chooses Gatwick to expand its UK operations.
  • Gatwick rivaling Heathrow for business traffic to key Northern European business markets – Oslo and Stockholm.

29-October-2012
Norwegian Air Shuttle, one of Europe’s fastest-growing airlines – has announced it is to establish a new base in London at Gatwick Airport in spring 2013.

Gatwick is already Norwegian’s biggest non-Scandinavian destination with around 100 departures per week. When the airline establishes its UK base at Gatwick next year, it will place three aircraft at the airport, increase the frequency of existing routes to Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki as well as introducing 14 new direct routes from London to the Mediterranean, including Nice and Rome.

Increasing the volume of flights to key routes will enable Norwegian to compete more vigorously for business traffic with airlines operating out of Heathrow and give passengers more flexibility to do a one day return business trip to a key Scandinavian destination from Gatwick.

Stewart Wingate, Gatwick Airport’s Chief Executive said: “We are delighted that Norwegian has chosen to grow its operations out of Gatwick by establishing its UK base here. Since Norwegian moved its Scandinavian routes from Stansted to Gatwick a few years ago we have worked hard to make that move a success. Their decision to establish their UK base at Gatwick demonstrates the strength of Gatwick’s offering to airlines.

By establishing a new base in London, Norwegian will be positioned to meet the future competition on short-haul routes within Europe as well as long-haul routes globally. Growth and volumes are necessary to stay competitive in the airline industry.” said CEO Bjørn Kjos of Norwegian.

Over the past three years Gatwick has been transformed into a world class airport focused on improving the passenger experience. We have spent over £650 million on new facilities. From car parks, check in, security areas, through to the departures lounges, including award winning business traveller facilities, the airport has made the passenger experience more convenient, quick, pleasant and hassle-free.

With quick rail connections into where it matters in London , Gatwick is looking forward to supporting Norwegian’s growth at Gatwick and enable them to compete on short and long haul routes.

About Norwegian Air Shuttle:
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, commercially branded “Norwegian,” is a public low-cost airline noted on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The company is the second largest airline in Scandinavia, and has a route portfolio that stretches across Europe into North Africa and the Middle East. With competitive prices and customer friendly solutions and service, the company has experienced significant growth over the previous years. With close to 16 million passengers in 2011, Norwegian is the 3rd largest low-cost airline in Europe. Norwegian currently operates 67 aircraft on 331 routes to more than 120 destinations

When Norwegian establishes its UK base at Gatwick in spring 2013 the airline will increase flights to Stockholm from three to five daily, and for Oslo it will be from three daily to four daily flights.

Importantly, the airline will operate flights to these destinations in the first morning wave when business travelers prefer to fly out.

Mediterranean routes operated by Norwegian from spring 2013 will include:
  • Marseille & Nice (France)
  • Rome (Italy)
  • Alicante, Barcelona, Majorca and Malaga (Spain)
  • Faro (Portugal)
  • Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, & Tenerife (Canary Islands)
  • Dubrovnik & Split (Croatia)

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Re: Norwegian anuncia una nueva ruta: Alicante - Londres Gatwick

Mensaje  Jetblast el Sáb 03 Nov 2012, 13:43

16€, estos me dan que van a tirar los precios en LGW. Esta ruta mientras DY no haga largo radio en LGW y sirva para conectar, cuanto más quietecita esté mejor, no vayamos a cabrear a la BA, por ejemplo.
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