Norwegian to increase flights between Stockholm-Larnaka to biweekly
Norwegian is set to increase capacity for its flights between Sweden’s Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Larnaka International Airport from June 3, 2017.
According to an official announcement from the airline, “interest for Mediterranean countries has increased heavily among Swedish travellers, which is proved by Norwegian’s increased traffic [to Cyprus].”
Flights from Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Larnaka currently operate once per week on Saturday’s but are scheduled to increase to twice weekly from June 3 each Saturday and Tuesday.
Flights between Stockholm and Larnaka are scheduled to go back to one per week from November 4, 2017.
— Jemma Purvis (@Jemma_Purvis) April 4, 2017
“We are delighted to be able to offer travellers from Stockholm even more direct routes to popular destinations. The fact that we expanded the number of flights gives our passengers even more choice,” said Thomas Ramdahl, Chief Commercial Officer at Norwegian.
“With 30 new aircrafts this year, we will launch many new routes and we look forward to welcoming even more travellers onboard our modern, comfortable and more environmentally-friendly aircraft.”
— Norwegian (@Fly_Norwegian) April 30, 2017