Norwegian airline opens new domestic destinations from Moss Airport, Rygge
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Flying commences on 30 October. Tickets for the new destinations will be put up for sale today. The Tromsø flight has a stopover at Bodø, while the two other destinations have direct flights. There will be daily flights to Stavanger and Bodø–Tromsø, and two daily flights to Trondheim. The ticket price for the new destinations starts at 359 NOK (approx. 45 EUR) for Stavanger and Trondheim, and 499 NOK (approx. 62 EUR).
Up until now the only domestic destination from Moss has been Bergen. Norwegian has had several foreign destinations though, including Gran Canaria, Barcelona, Berlin and Szczecin. There are also charter flights from other companies to Rhodes, Mallorca and Antalya.
Moss Airport, Rygge was previously a military airport, and is still owned by the Norwegian Armed Forces (Forsvaret). It opened for civil aviation in 2007.
- Øystein Wolf. "Fire nye innenriksruter fra Rygge" — , September 9 2008 ()
- Sigrid Holmsen and Jon Gran. "Flere innenlandsruter!" — , September 9, 2008 ()
- Silje Thoresen. "Norwegian med 4 nye innenlandsruter" — , September 9, 20080 ()
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|This is a complete or partial translation of the article "Nye innenlandsruter fra Moss lufthavn, Rygge", from the norsk bokmål language Wikinews, published under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License.|