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Boost For Dublin Airport

 

Updated : Aug 24, 2009

Two new air services from Copenhagen and Oslo to Dublin Airport are bringing a welcome windfall to the Irish market.

Scandinavia's second-largest airline, Norwegian, yesterday started a three-times-a-week service between Oslo and Dublin Airport and Copenhagen and Dublin Airport.

Norwegian carried more than 9.1 million passengers last year and operates 40 aircraft on 170 routes to 87 destinations.

"The decision by Norwegian to commence these new services is particularly welcome at a time when most airlines are reducing their route network," said Cormac O'Connell, head of aviation marketing with the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA).

The launch of the new Norwegian services means that passengers now have an alternative low-cost option and a choice of flying times when travelling between Oslo and Copenhagen and Dublin Airport.

"The DAA has worked very closely with Tourism Ireland to secure these new services and we will continue to work with Norwegian to strengthen tourist and business links between Dublin, Oslo and Copenhagen," said Mr O'Connell.

The Norwegian flights will operate between Dublin Airport and Oslo on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, while the Dublin Copenhagen service will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Tourism Ireland chief executive Niall Gibbons said: "This is very positive news for the tourism industry on the island of Ireland."

 

 

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