Norwegian Air Shuttle will launch two new routes from Norway to Pula during the peak summer months. The low cost carrier will introduce services from Stavanger, in the country's southwest, and Trondheim in northeastern Norway, from June 1 and June 18 respectively. Both flights will run once per week with a Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Services to Stavanger will operate until August 25 and from Trondheim until August 6. Norwegian previously announced plans to launch seasonal flights between Gothenburg and Split starting March 30. A number of carriers will introduce new services to Pula this year including Lufthansa (Frankfurt), British Airways (London Heathrow), LOT Polish Airlines (Warsaw), easyJet (Bristol and Berlin), Eurowings (Dusseldorf and Munich), Transavia (Rotterdam), Jet2 (London Stansted) and Thomson Airways (Edinburg). Further details for the Stavanger - Pula service can be found here, while additional information for the Trondheim route can be viewed here.