Norwegian’s transatlantic growth continues after Norwegian announced two new routes from the Norwegian city of Bergen today. Like the recently announced routes from the UK and Ireland to the East Coast, the new routes will also be operated with their Boeing 737 MAXs
The airline will serve Stewart Airport in New York and Providence Airport near Boston. So far Bergen is the only Scandinavian city to receive transatlantic routes with the upgraded 737 version. The airline now offers 50 routes between Europe and the US.
Both routes will be served twice a week. Flights to Stewart and Providence will launch on July 3. an 2. respectively.