Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Norwegian to launch new Zagreb service

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Norwegian Air Shuttle will introduce year-round flights between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Zagreb this coming summer season. Services will initially run twice per week from June 10, each Tuesday and Saturday, before reducing to one weekly starting August 19. Flights will operate with the carrier's Boeing 737-800 aircraft and complement its existing route between Copenhagen and the Croatian capital. Tickets are already on sale through the airline's website. Croatia Airlines had previously said it too plans to launch flights between Zagreb and the Swedish capital this summer. Flight details for Norwegian's new route can be found here. Apart from Zagreb, the carrier has previously announced plans to launch several seasonal routes to the Croatian coast, including from Stavanger and Trondheim to Pula, as well as from Gothenburg to Split.

15 comments:

  1. A sto im se isplati uopce otvarati liniju ako bi nakon 14.8 islo jedanput tjedno? Bez veze.

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    1. Bude li LF dobar, a vjerujem da hoće, lako će to oni povećati ili produžiti.

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    2. Ja uvijek kažem da su letovi ispod 3pw smiješni i nepotrebni, iz razloga što nije uopće fleksibilno.
      Poslovni ljudi zapravo čine najveći dio ljudi koji putuju avionom, donose uglavnom najviše para jer uvijek kupe karte par dana prije putovanja (ako ne i na sam dan putovanja) kada je ujedno cijena karata prilično skupa. Veliki dio poslovnih ljudi se vraćaju natrag za dan-dva. Između ostalog i ostalim putnicima koji bi letjeli na spomenutoj liniji bi više odgovaralo više rotacija tjedno, čisto radi fleksibilnosti.

      Sve u svemu, nadam se da će SAS otvoriti liniju za Zagreb, sa ne tolikom smiješnom tjednom rotacijom.

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    3. to jednostavno nije istina u Zagrebu. U Zagrebu je najveći broj putnika turisti (Zagreb + konekcije na Jadran), pa dijapora, a tek onda poslovni putnici. LCC sa dva tjedna leta (jednim zimi) su odlična opcija za turiste i dijasporu. Obzirom na broj turista i dijaspore iz Skandinavije ovo je odličan početak, koji će sigurno u idućoj godini imati povečanje frekvencija kao i sve ostale linije (čak i Air Transat).

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    4. Verovatno im nije lako napuniti B738 iz ARN za ZAG tokom cele godine. Da je OU pametna pa da uvede cetiri nedeljna leta sa F100.

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    5. Lako bi OU i s A319 napunila barem 4 tjedna leta za ARN, ako ne i daily ukoliko bi bilo u code-share sa SAS, poradi konekcija primjerice za domace letove unutar Svedske i okolih skandinavskih gradova, kao i za Baltik, JFK i ORD.

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  2. pity that this wasn't LJU

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    1. Pity it wasn't OU who took again too much time to announce it - and a competitor was faster! So sad!

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    2. So? It's only a bonus for travelers. Maybe they'll have a fare war and that means lower prices for us folks

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  3. Norwegian plan for ZAG:

    2018:
    - CPH all year
    - more flights from ARN and CPH
    - flights from OSL and LGW seasonal

    2019:
    - more flights to ARN, CPH, OSL, LGW all-year
    - flights to HEL, BCN, MAD, ALC

    2020.
    - base in ZAG
    - flights to JFK

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    1. what are you smoking? I want it

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    2. Od svega ovo sto si nabrojao mozda je jedino izgledno da ce jednom uvesti LGW. Ovo sve ostalo - LOL.

      Ali ionako vec dosta godina lete za CPH sa samo 2 rotacije tjedno, sad uveli i ARN sa dvije rotacija tjedno, odnosno jednom rotacijom tjedno od 12.8.

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  4. Norwegian - tako se ne pise SAS

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    1. Nema potrebe ni pisati SAS, već nešto drugo... još par dana...

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  5. SAS have presented their new summer routes for SUTT17 as well as new all year round routes starting from SUTT17 many weeks ago.

    Why on earth would they came up with ARN/CPH/OSL-ZAG now?

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