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British Airways increases Norway routes. Stavanger gets two new services that franchise partner SUN-AIR is flying on behalf of the UK airline. The routes, which start on 27th August, are between the western Norway city and Aalborg and Billund in Denmark. Stavanger-Aalborg flights will be once a day (except Saturdays), with the Stavanger-Billund service flying just on Sundays, with one departure via Aalborg in each direction.

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British Airways increases Norway routes

Published on Tuesday, 25th August, 2015 at 10:18 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

Stavanger gets two new services that franchise partner SUN-AIR is flying on behalf of the UK airline.

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The routes, which start on 27th August, are between the western Norway city and Aalborg and Billund in Denmark.

Stavanger-Aalborg flights will be once a day (except Saturdays), with the Stavanger-Billund service flying just on Sundays, with one departure via Aalborg in each direction.

Both routes will be served by SUN-AIR’s British Airways-liveried twin-engine jets.

These new departures add to existing flights between Bergen and Billund (once a day on Mondays and Fridays).

There are also services between Oslo and Aalborg (Monday-Friday, Sunday), Oslo and Aarhus (Monday-Friday, Sunday, with two flights stopping in Aalborg in each direction), as well as Oslo and Billund (Monday-Friday only).

Greater Stavanger CEO Kristin Reitan Husebø says they are “delighted” about the new routes.

“This is a really internationally-oriented region, and it’s important both for the oil and gas industry and the region as a whole to have an efficient, diverse, and flexible route network,” she tells The Foreigner.

“There are already strong connections between the Stavanger region and Denmark regarding the oil and gas industry,” Ms Husebø concludes.

Tickets for the Stavanger-Aalborg and Stavanger-Billund routes can be booked on British Airways’ website.

SUN-AIR and BA operate flights between the following destinations as well:

  • Brussels-Billund
  • Cambridge-Gothenburg
  • Dusseldorf-Billund
  • Gothenburg-Aarhus
  • London City-Billund
  • London City-Hamburg
  • Manchester-Billund
  • Manchester-Gothenburg
  • Munich-Billund
  • Stockholm Bromma-Aarhus



Published on Tuesday, 25th August, 2015 at 10:18 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

This post has the following tags: stavanger, denmark, travel.





  
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