Customers can now buy tickets with connecting flights on both airlines in one transaction.
The Icelandic software company DoHop is providing the platform to integrate the two carriers’ flight itineraries. Thus Norwegian passengers on flights throughout the Nordic countries and Europe will be able to connect efficiently with Norse’s transatlantic flights. Sales of connecting flights are under way through the airlines’ websites with search engine availability to follow.
The agreement is seen as a win–win for both airlines’ customers throughout Europe, who westbound can now connect to Norse routes across the USA, while inbound customers flying Norse across the Atlantic from North America can now seamlessly connect to the Norwegian network – all on one ticket.
The agreement comes as Norwegian celebrates its 20th anniversary. It now operates domestic flights in Norway and the Nordic countries and connects them to 104 destinations throughout Europe on 450 flights each day.
Now to be included in the agreement are two new services by Norse Atlantic Airways between Berlin-Brandenburg Airport and both New York JFK Airport and Los Angeles, which are now connected by non-stop flights. The Berlin–New York route has daily flights and there are three flights a week to Los Angeles.
Founded in 2021, Norse Atlantic Airways began flight operations using Boeing 787s in June this year and flies to New York, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Oslo, Berlin and London with continued expansion planned.