Norwegian to end Oslo - Sarajevo service

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Low cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle will suspend its long running seasonal summer flights between Oslo and Sarajevo next year. The airline has discontinued ticket sales on the route for the summer of 2019 and is instead offering passengers a one-stop option via Stockholm, which it will continue to maintain on a year-round basis, or Copenhagen, which it operates over the summer. Norwegian Air Shuttle carried just over 39.000 passengers on the three routes to and from Sarajevo last year.

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  1. That's if they manage to survive until next year!

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  2. Only SKP can sustain an year-round Oslo service!

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    1. Norwegian has been flying Oslo-Belgrade year round for years.

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    2. They even increased OSL-BEG from 2 to 3 weekly this winter.

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    3. LOOL! Anon 13:47, perhaps you mean Sandefjord and not Oslo, which is only 110km away :)

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    4. Better have Oslo Sandefjord than NOTHING ;) wisdom of the day

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  3. O´selo is just a village, better focus on CPH and STO.

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  4. :/ This is too bad for both, Oslo and Sarajevo

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  5. Does Wizz fly from Tuzla to Oslo?

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    1. They flew from Sandefjord but theh cancelled it.

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