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Norse Atlantic to drop its Gatwick to Oslo flights

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One of my unexpected travel highlights of 2022 was the 48 hours I spent in Oslo, a city I hadn’t visited for over 20 years.

I flew there on a Norse Atlantic Boeing 787 (review here), paying peanuts for their expansive Premium seat.

Norse Atlantic to drop its Gatwick to Oslo flights

The reason that Norse was flying long-haul aircraft from Oslo to Gatwick was that it didn’t have permission to operate flights from the UK. The aircraft were routed Oslo to Gatwick to New York JFK, and vice versa.

Norse now has a full UK operating licence and is starting flights from London Gatwick to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando in late May.

There is no longer any need for Norse to run a long haul aircraft from Oslo to Gatwick each day. This means that the service is being cancelled from 26th March.

If you fancy a low cost, very comfortable, flight to Oslo in Norse Atlantic’s Premium cabin then you only have a few weeks left. Return flights in Premium are as low as £149 return.

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