Norwegian to launch new Tivat service

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Norwegian Air Shuttle will commence new seasonal flights from Helsinki to Tivat this summer, complementing its existing route from Oslo. The service will operate once per week, each Tuesday, starting April 16. The airline will deploy a Boeing 737-800 aircraft on the route. This summer, the Finnish capital will boast scheduled nonstop flights to numerous cities in the former Yugoslavia including Belgrade, Dubrovnik, Ljubljana, Pristina, Pula, Split and Zagreb. Further flight details for the new Tivat service can be found here.

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  1. Excellent stuff, Mne.
    The smallest, yet most developed aviation in ex-Yu. Very good.

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  3. Why they dont start flights from/to SKP or OHD?

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    1. Because there is no demand from Helsinki, only Turku.

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    2. I didn't think just for Helsinki or whole Finland. I've thought about flights from/to аny of their bases in Europe. No matter Scandinavia, or France or Barcelona.

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    3. isn't Wizz Air flying to Oslo from SKP? BCN was turned seasonal so I don't think there is much demand. Maybe only from LGW or CPH.

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  4. Very interesting....  Thanks for the share

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  5. This is a perfect Dreamliner route but they don't have one in Helsinki.

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    1. Tivat cannot accept large aircraft like Dreamliner.

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    2. Obvious troll is obvious.

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  6. They recently announced seasonal flights from Sarajevo to Gothenburg as well..

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