The Norwegian airline „Norwegian“ plans to launch flights from Helsinki and Oslo to Tivat this summer.
The Norwegian low cost company’s fleet, composed exclusively of Boeing 737-800 aircraft, will maintain the route between Oslo and Tivat from June 23 to August 18, with flights every Tuesday and Friday. The expected price of a one-way ticket on this route is around 230 euros, and the flight on this route lasts 3 hours and 20 minutes.
As for the flight on the route Helsinki – Tivat, “Norwegian” will fly every Wednesday from March 29 to October 11. The lowest ticket prices on this line are around 120 euros one way, and the flight duration is 3 hours and 5 minutes. Tickets for both routes are already on sale.
After the bankruptcy of the “Norwegian” company in 2020, restructuring followed, during which a new business plan was adopted. That plan involves covering the market of your region, and doing your best during the summer months with flights to warm seas. This working principle worked well last year, and even better results are expected this year.