Loganair teams up with Wideroe to open up Norway

Loganair (LM/LOG) has entered into an agreement with Norwegian regional airline Widerøe to offer seamless connectivity across Norway for Loganair passengers.

Passengers arriving into Bergen or Stavanger from Edinburgh (EDI/EGPH) will be able to interline onward to Alesund, Floro, Kristiansund, Tromso, Bodo and Molde with Kristiansand and Sandefjord-Torp.

While passengers travelling to Stavanger from Newcastle (NCL/EGNT) will be able to connect onwards to Oslo Sandefjord-Torp Airport and Kristiansand seamlessly.

Kay Ryan, Loganair’s Commercial Director said: “We’re extremely pleased to once again enhance our network –our new partnership with Wideroe will be of interest to anyone keen to explore more of Scandinavia. It’s also great news for those in the marine and energy sectors who have interests in Scotland, Newcastle and Norway.”

Christian Skaug, Widerøe’s Commercial Director said: “We are very pleased to have Loganair as a partner and to be able to offer even more travel opportunities to both Logainair’s and Widerøe’s customers. Through Loganair’s network in UK and our network in Norway, we give our customers more choices and travel options.”

In addition to the new Widerøe agreement, Loganair already has agreements in place with British Airways, KLM, Qatar, Emirates, Thomas Cook, Turkish Airlines and Air France.

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