/Norwegian to cut frequency on four Gatwick services next summer

Norwegian to cut frequency on four Gatwick services next summer


Published on Friday, October 11, 2019

Norwegian is cutting the number of flights from Gatwick to Miami, Orlando, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro next summer.

At the same time, it will increase frequency on three other routes to the US.

SVP commercial Matthew Wood said: “In line with our business strategy of moving from growth to profitability we are ensuring that we concentrate on key routes across our network where we see strong demand.”

The airline is increasing frequency to San Francisco, Austin in Texas, Denver and Tampa from the end of March 2020.

It will offer daily flights to San Francisco, up from five flights a week, and four flights a week to Austin and Denver, both of which currently have three. The service to Tampa in Florida will increase from twice weekly to three flights a week.

In total, it will offer 75,000 extra seats on these routes next summer. However, its Gatwick to Buenos Aires service will be cut to five flights a week, Gatwick to Miami will reduce to six weekly flights, Gatwick to Orlando will go down to five flights a week and Gatwick to Rio De Janeiro will reduce to three weekly flights from the end of March 2020.

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