Norse Atlantic Airways, known for its affordable long-haul flights, has announced the continuation of its Oslo to Bangkok route for the summer 2024 season. This decision follows the successful launch of the route in the winter of 2023, which garnered significant popularity among travelers. The route has been instrumental in connecting Oslo and Bangkok, two culturally rich cities, and responds to the growing demand for cost-effective direct flights to Thailand.
The airline, which exclusively operates the modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner, is recognized for its commitment to providing a comfortable travel experience. Each seat in their aircraft is equipped with a state-of-the-art personal entertainment system. The Norse Premium cabin is particularly notable for its spacious 43” seat pitch and 12” recline feature, designed to enhance passenger comfort during long flights.
Economy and Norse Premium: Understanding Cabin Options
Norse Atlantic offers two cabin choices – Economy and Norse Premium – along with three fare categories: Light, Classic, and Flextra. These fare categories are tailored to suit different travel preferences, with the Light fare being the most economical option and the Flextra fare offering additional benefits like increased baggage allowance and more flexible ticketing options.
Milestones Achieved: Norse Atlantic’s Journey Since Its First Flight
Founded in March 2021 by CEO and major shareholder Bjørn Tore Larsen, Norse Atlantic Airways has established a notable presence in the long-haul flight sector, primarily connecting Europe with the United States. The airline’s fleet comprises 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliners, known for their fuel efficiency and reduced environmental impact. Norse’s network includes destinations such as New York, Los Angeles, Orlando, Boston, Washington, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangkok, Miami, Oslo, Athens, London, Berlin, Rome, and Paris. The company’s inaugural flight took off from Oslo to New York on June 14, 2022, marking the beginning of its journey in the international aviation industry.
“We are delighted to extend our direct flights between Oslo and Bangkok into the summer season. The positive response from our passengers affirms the demand for convenient and direct travel options between these two important destinations,” said Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO and Founder of Norse Atlantic Airways.