Sunday, 10 October 2021

Norwegian returns to Manchester Airport

The budget carrier Norwegian has restarted its service to Manchester Airport from Oslo following the removal of travel restrictions.  The carrier now operates the route twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays and has indicated it will increase rotations as demand increases later in the year.

Norwegian is the latest of more than a dozen airlines to fly and out of the airport's new-look terminal two, which opened its doors in July.

Meanwhile the airports boss, Charlie Cornish welcomed news of the recent major changes to the traffic light system, "This is brilliant news for British people who are desperate to travel overseas on holiday, to visit friends and family or for business. Customers can now book with confidence, safe in the knowledge that testing is affordable and easy to understand.  Removing so many countries from the red list gives people the most choice they have had since before the pandemic, which will help stimulate the recovery of the UK’s prized aviation sector.

We look forward to welcoming passengers taking advantage of these changes through our airports in the weeks and months ahead."

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