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Norwegian reopens route to Dubai from Avinor Oslo Airport

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Starting on Sunday 28 October, Norwegian passengers will once again be able to travel to and from Dubai. The route will be operated with five weekly flights.

The route between Oslo Airport and Dubai will be operated by the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The route between Oslo Airport and Dubai will be operated by the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Jasper Spruit, Vice President, Traffic Development at Avinor, has welcomed the return of the route operated by Norwegian and believes that even better connections between Norway and Dubai is good for both Norwegian business and tourism.

Good for Norwegian travel and tourism
“We are very delighted that Norwegian being a very important partner for Avinor will now add Dubai to its large network out of Oslo. The route will now give Norwegian travelers from entire country possibility to fly to this exciting city and also boost inbound tourism from Dubai to Northern Norway and Fjords", says Spruit.

«We are very pleased to announce the reopening of the route between Oslo and Dubai. Travelers have showed great interest in the route, wanting Dubai back on Norwegians route map. Dubai is a popular destination for travelers seeking sun, the warm climate and good shopping, and is suitable for both friends, couples and families traveling with children”, says Thomas Ramdahl, Chief Commercial Officer in Norwegian.

The route between Oslo Airport and Dubai will be operated by the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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The route between Oslo Airport and Dubai will be operated by the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The route between Oslo Airport and Dubai will be operated by the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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