New routes coming to Kastrup

Norwegian and Ryanair starting new air routes

Two airlines flying from Kastrup have established new routes.

Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos announced today that his airline will start three new long-haul routes from Copenhagen Airport to Las Vegas, San Juan and St Croix.

The new routes will fly weekly and start in November.

Ryanair dials up the competition
Meanwhile, Ryanair has announced new routes to Malaga, Budapest and Alicante.

These are additions to the eight routes that the company already flies out of Kastrup.

READ MORE: Protesters blocked Ryanairs first departure from Copenhagen

The new routes put Ryanair in direct competition with both SAS and Norwegian, which also operates routes to Ryanair’s three new destinations.





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