Norwegian Air will resume its flights from Prague to Oslo next week.
Thus, for the first time since the second wave of the pandemic, the Czech Republic will have a direct connection with Norway.
Norwegian will fly twice a week to Oslo’s main airport, Gardermoen, from 16 August. The flights will be scheduled on Monday and Friday, and there are plans to gradually increase traffic from September.
Scandinavian SAS also wants to return to Prague with flights to Norway’s capital.
So far, Norwegian has resumed its connections from Prague to Copenhagen and Stockholm, while Oslo can only be reached through a transfer.
The ticket prices, especially in August, are significantly higher than those pre-pandemic, but from September, Norwegian plans to offer cheaper return flights for around 3,000 CZK.
The comeback of Norwegian Air Shuttle on Summer
Due to the pandemic, the airline had only operated few subsidized domestic flights in Norway and few token flights in Copenhagen and Stockholm routes.
But once again, the carrier is back to its operating frequencies with more frequent flights at Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Gothenburg Landvetter Airport.
From May 31, 2021, the airline has operated its flight on domestic routes of Umea and Lunes from Stockholm and Oslo in Norway and Malaga in Spain. In June, it also started to offer two direct flights from Stockholm to different destinations.
As the number of passengers traveling has increased gradually, the airline will extend its flight operations on the skies of Sweden throughout summer and spring.