Norwegian Air is introducing new one weekly summer seasonal service from Gothenburg to Sarajevo, airline’s second destination from Sweden after Stockholm Arlanda which is served on year-round basis. Gothenburg-Sarajevo flights will run from June 21 to August 9. Total of 8 flights in each direction are scheduled offering 3.024 seats on board of Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
Norwegian Air is reintroducing its service from Oslo to Sarajevo. This summer season Norwegian Air will operate a total of 31 flights in each direction (62 flights in total) offering 11.718 seats. Last year Norwegian operated a total of 70 flights between two cities, offering 13.230 seats in both directions. At first airline decided to discontinue the route altogether but after a plea from Bosnian Embassy in Norway the airline decided to restart service as summer seasonal from May 25 to October 26.
This summer season Norwegian Air will maintain one weekly flight between Stockholm Arlanda Airport and Sarajevo, representing a decrease over last year’s two weekly for whole summer schedule from April until October. Two weekly flights will be operated only during July.
Copenhagen-Sarajevo service will be operated with two round-trip flights in June, four in July and two in August.
Norwegian Air will serve four destinations from Sarajevo in Scandinavia this summer, record number for one airline since collapse of Air Bosna.
Source: Flying Bosnian