Bmi Regional’s Service To Stavanger Route Commences

Published on : Wednesday, June 1, 2016

bmiGet set for the launch of bmi regional’s new route between Newcastle and Stavanger, Norway.


Taking to the skies on 31 May, 2016, it becomes the airline’s second route to Norway. bmi regional will fly daily from Sunday to Friday from Newcastle to the Norwegian city, which is both a major business destination due to the proximity of North Sea oil fields as well as a touristic base with a charming old town.


All passengers, whether travelling for business or leisure, will enjoy a 20kg checked baggage allowance, complimentary in flight bar and snack service, speedy 30 minute check-in and allocated 2:1 seating. Fares on the route will start at £78 one way or £139 return.


Commenting on the route launch, Jochen Schnadt, Chief Commercial Officer said: “We’re excited to have added this route into our network and with it Stavanger as our latest addition to our growing network of key business locations. Stavanger has a varied appeal; the city is a hub for the oil and gas industry, as well as being a former Capital of Culture with great gourmet credentials. Our new Branded Fares including our new Executive product will be a perfect fit for this new market offering both business and leisure customers the right product and flexibility choice when travelling between Newcastle and Stavanger.”


Leif Anker Lorentzen, Airport Director of Sola Airport, Stavanger said: ““It’s always nice to introduce routes that will drive additional business and leisure travellers into the region. We work to ensure good and effective international connections, and aim to showcase our region that the endless possibilities it offers. We are pleased with the possibilities airlines such as bmi regional provide for Stavanger Airport. This demonstrates a vast focus on the municipality of Rogaland, during challenging times for the industry in this region”


Leon McQuaid, Aviation Development Manager Director at Newcastle International Airport, said: “We are delighted that bmi regional has launched this new Stavanger service. Norway is an important business and trade link for the North East as well as being a popular destination for leisure travellers. As well as anticipating further growth in outbound tourism we also expect this service to deliver a significant increase of inbound traffic to the region.”


For tourists, Stavanger boasts original dockside warehouses and pretty 18th-century streets. The old city has a lovely collection of wooden buildings and is airy and light. The recent oil boom has meant that the wider offering is now contemporary and sophisticated, with great shopping, sophisticated hotels and a plethora of fine dining options. Most nights, especially in summer, the city’s waterfront comes alive in the best tradition of port cities.



Source:- Newcastle Airport

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