Norwegian adds new Pula service


Norwegian Air Shuttle will commence a new seasonal service from Copenhagen to Pula, complementing its summer operations from Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki to the Croatian coastal city. Flights from the Danish capital will launch on June 3 and initially run once per week, before increasing to two weekly from June 28 until the end of the summer season in late October. Further details can be viewed here. The budget carrier will compete directly against SAS Scandinavian Airlines on the route. As previously reported, Norwegian will also introduce services to Skopje next summer as well.


  1. Anonymous11:07

    Good to see Pula linked with all Nordic capitals.

  2. Anonymous11:25

    Bravo Hrvatska!

  3. Anonymous12:51

    Wow! What happened with Norwegian lately?! They began sudden expansions in the entire region. Perhaps they got a good cash injection.

  4. Anonymous18:11

    @Anonymous 12:51- no, they didn't do it only thanks to cash injection, this is not an airline from ExYu that would never survive without corrupted government injecting money into them :D they did hell of a job in terms of restructuring, drastic cuts, tough decisions and here they are, trying to expand again

    1. Anonymous13:02

      If only everybody was this neoliberal..!


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