The Scandinavia based Low Cost Carrier Norwegian today revealed its long haul plans to the world with the opening of its long haul flights for reservation.
Norwegian’s first two long haul destinations will be Bangkok and New York as published already, and will be served from both Stockholm and Oslo.
The airline will use Boeing 787-8 equipment to launch these flights and unlike most other low cost long haul airlines, will use its existing AOC with the DY code for the operation.


Oslo – Bangkok

DY7201 OSL BKK 1430 -
0600+1 787 D136

DY7202 BKK OSL 0730 -
1415 787 D247

Service begins on 1st June 2013. Stable schedule from 24th June onwards is displayed above.

Stockholm – Bangkok

Effective 20th June 2013
DY7205 ARN BKK 1450 -
0600+1 787 D246
DY7206 BKK ARN 0730 -
1345 787 D357

Oslo – New York

Effective 30th May 2013 and will be the inaugural route. Stable schedule from 25th June is given below.
DY7001 OSL JFK 1730 – 1930
787 D247
DY7002 JFK OSL 2100 -
1020+1 787 D247

Stockholm – New York

Effective 31st May 2013. Stable schedule from 25th June below.

DY7005 ARN JFK 1705 – 1930
787 D135
DY7006 JFK ARN 2100 -
1045+1 787 D135

Initially, the aircraft appear to be rotating between the two hubs. Norwegian had earlier said that it plans to use local crews based in Thailand for the BKK operation, in order to minimize costs.

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