Norwegian airline started flying between Tallinn and Oslo on 4th of May 2006 and this year marks the 10th anniversary of their commencement of operations at Tallinn Airport, more than 425 thousand passengers have flown on Norwegian during this time.
Today Norwegian is the largest carrier on the Tallinn-Oslo route. Norwegian’s Chief Commercial Officer Thomas Ramdahl said that the airline has played a pivotal role in developing trade and tourism between Estonia and Norway. «We are thrilled to celebrate the ten year anniversary ofNorwegians route between Tallinn and Oslo. During our ten years of operating the route, we have had the pleasure of welcoming tourist and business travellers from both Norway and Estonia on board our aircraft, which has given our two countries mutual benefits of increased tourism and economic growth,” said Chief Commercial Officer Thomas Ramdahl of Norwegian.
Norwegian operates the Tallinn-Oslo route with a 186-seater Boeing 737-800 four times a week. Last year Norwegian carried over 60 thousand passengers on the route.
Tallinn Airport’s Chief Commercial Officer Eero Pärgmäe said that Norwegian’s presence at Tallinn Airport is extremely vital. „Oslo is our fourth most popular destination and Norwegian’s market share reaches to 40 per cent on this route – we believe that our successful cooperation on the Oslo route gives us hope to develop other routes with Norwegian in the future as well,“ said Pärgmäe.