Capacity has increased with Norwegian’s daily flights from London Gatwick to New York, and with flights to Los Angeles increasing to four times a week beginning in the spring of 2016. Gatwick-to-Boston flights will begin in May, and additional long-haul routes from the U.K. are also in the works.
“Royal Mail has already trusted us to ship around 200 tonnes of mail to the U.S. and Scandinavia so far this year, and our U.K. services will expand with new routes and more capacity to the world’s leading cargo hubs,” said Bjorn Erik Barman-Jenssen, Norwegian’s head of cargo.
Norwegian’s long-haul destinations are served by 787 aircraft. The carrier offers freight capacity to all destinations in Scandinavia, and a range of European destinations, in addition to Bangkok, New York, Orlando, Oakland, Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale.