Low cost airline, Norwegian is expanding its UK network with new low-cost routes from Manchester to three popular Spanish destinations in time for the summer getaway.
The new Spanish routes from Manchester will commence as follows :
Manchester to Barcelona From 30th April will operate on Tuesdays and Saturdays – Fares from £34.90
Manchester to Malaga From 2nd June will operate on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays – Fares from £34.90
Manchester to Alicante From 3rd June will operate on Fridays and Sundays – Fares from £34.90
Norwegian now operates six routes from Manchester having flown nearly 100,000 passengers in the past year on brand new Boeing 737-800 aircraft offering passengers free Wi-Fi at 35,000ft.
Thomas Ramdahl, Chief Commercial Officer at Norwegian said: “As we continue our huge growth in the UK, these new Spanish Manchester routes complement our existing city and sun destinations across Europe. With new aircraft and free in-flight Wi-Fi, we are providing sun seeking Brits throughout the UK with high quality and affordable flights to the most popular destinations.”
Stephen Turner, Commercial Director at Manchester Airport, said: “It is pleasing to see Norwegian expand its offering and route network from Manchester Airport, the UK Global Gateway from the North. All three of these destinations are incredibly popular and they offer our 23m passengers, who come from as far north as Scotland and as south as the Midlands, more choice and availability when flying from the UK’s third biggest airport.”
Europe’s third largest low-cost carrier is the only airline in the UK offering direct low-cost flights to the U.S. from its Gatwick hub to destinations including New York, Boston and San Francisco-Oakland.