Norwegian Expands Munich Flights to Spanish Hotspots

Norwegian Expands Munich Flights to Spanish Hotspots

(IN SHORT) Norwegian Airlines announces the expansion of its flight offerings from Munich, adding two Spanish destinations, Alicante and Malaga, to its schedule effective April. Amid the ongoing recovery from COVID-19 disruptions, the airline’s subsidiary, Norwegian Air Sweden, operating under the code “D8,” will introduce flights to Alicante twice a week and Malaga thrice weekly, aiming to cater to the increasing demand from German travelers seeking sun-soaked beaches and vibrant city life. These additions complement Norwegian’s existing routes to Oslo, Copenhagen, and Stockholm, reinforcing its commitment to providing diverse travel options from Munich.

(PRESS RELEASE) Munich, Germany, 2024-Apr-4 — /Travel PR News/ — The Scandinavian airline Norwegian is expanding its range of flights from Munich with immediate effect. In addition to its three Scandinavian destinations of Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen, it will begin serving Alicante and Malaga again from the start of April, having suspended flights to these destinations during COVID.

Under the airline code “D8”, Norwegian Air Sweden – one of several subsidiaries of the Norwegian Group – will offer a late-morning flight every Monday and Friday to the Spanish port city of Alicante, known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, narrow streets and colorful houses.

Picasso’s birthplace, Malaga, is famed for its miles of beaches and its warm climate – just two of the reasons it is very popular with German vacationers. Flights to the city in Andalusia will depart Munich at 10:40 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

In addition to these Spanish destinations, Norwegian serves Oslo five times a week, Copenhagen three times a week, and Stockholm twice a week.

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Source: Munich Airport