• SeaDream doubles cruise capacity due to increasing demand

    Published on : Friday, June 5, 2020

    Norway based cruise line SeaDream previously announced that around nine New Norwegian voyages were set to sail in June 2020.

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  • Norway secures NOK 178 million to support domestic tourism

    Published on : Tuesday, April 21, 2020

    The Norwegian Government’s national development bank and state-based company, Innovation Norway, recently allocated NOK 178 million to support the country’s internal tourism industry. The decision has been made as an effort to provide help to Norway’s domestic tourism industry amid …

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  • Norway to ease restrictions as coronavirus deemed under control

    Published on : Wednesday, April 8, 2020

    Norway is going to restrain some of the civic activities to rein in the spread of the coronavirus or COVID 19, will relax restrictions “little by little”. The Nordic country’s lock down sent the economy into a tailspin and triggered …

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  • Norway extends lockdown until April 13

    Published on : Wednesday, March 25, 2020

    Norway Tourism has extended curbs on a range of public and private institutions, including the closure of schools and nurseries, until April 13 to try to halt the spread of the coronavirus.     Prime Minister Erna Solberg said that …

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  • Denmark’s ancient capital Nyborg becomes 30th port to join the Cruise Baltic network

    Published on : Thursday, September 19, 2019

    Cruise Baltic is proud to announce Nyborg in Denmark as the latest partner to join the network, bringing the total cruise destinations to 30. With Nyborg’s central location on Denmark’s main international waterway, the port offers an easy-to-reach destination for …

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  • Lofoten Islands Norway attract millions of tourists each year

    Published on : Wednesday, June 12, 2019

    As one of the most beautiful places of Norway, the Lofoten Islands attract millions of tourists every year from all around the world. However, now those living on the island chain are thinking about how can they can strike a …

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  • Norway celebrating Constitution Day with country’s largest parade in Oslo

    Published on : Friday, May 17, 2019

    Norway is celebrating Constitution Day which recognizes the country’s constitution by the Eidsvoll Assembly in 1814, recognising Norway as a kingdom independent of Sweden after the Napoleonic Wars. This occasion is a nationalistic spectacular of red and blue featuring children’s …

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  • SAS pilots begin strike, over 170,000 passengers to be affected, hundreds of flights cancelled

    Published on : Friday, April 26, 2019

    Swedish pilot union Svensk Pilotförening (SPF) members in SAS Scandinavia begin strike today. 205 domestic, European and long-haul flights were cancelled on Thursday while 110 to be cancelled on April 26. Thousands of passengers to be affected by SAS pilots …

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  • Europe’s first underwater restaurant unveiled in Norway

    Published on : Saturday, March 23, 2019

    Under, which also means “wonder” in Norwegian, is located on the country’s southern tip, and is submerged in the North Sea.   Submerged in the North Sea is the new underwater restaurant, Under, which also means ‘wonder’ in Norwegian was …

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  • ACI Airport Exchange takes off from Oslo runway

    Published on : Monday, November 26, 2018

    The 12th ACI Airport Exchange conference & exhibition takes place at the esteemed Norway Convention Center in Oslo in Nov. 27-29.  It is jointly managed by two regions of Airports Council International, ACI Europe and ACI Asia-Pacific, with the support of ACI World. …

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  • Norway will use environmentally friendly airline fuel from 2020

    Published on : Friday, October 5, 2018

    The airline companies operating in Norway must use more environmentally friendly jet fuel mixed with biofuel from 2020.     As part of Norway’s push to cut greenhouse gas emissions, the minority center-right government said the aviation fuel industry must …

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  • European cruise ships using high-polluting fuels harm local life

    Published on : Thursday, August 23, 2018

    Nearly every cruise ship in Europe is still using high-polluting fuels that harm the environment and human health, prompting calls for ports to ban them altogether.     Of the 77 vessels tested by German environmental watchdog Naturschutzbund Deutschland (NABU), …

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  • New Norway hotel in Arctic Circle to produce more energy than it uses

    Published on : Tuesday, July 3, 2018

    Norway’s section of the Arctic Circle is about to welcome a brand new hotel that would offer much more than just a place to stay to enjoy a stunning view of the fjords.   Considered the world’s first ‘energy-positive’ hotel …

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  • Norway to make short haul electric flight by 2040

    Published on : Friday, January 19, 2018

    Norway, the leading nation in producing the renewable energy and electricity, will make all the short haul flights by 2040 with electricity.     The state-owned airline company Avinor operates most of Norway’s civil airports, is aiming to be the …

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  • Norway plans for Europe’s first underwater restaurant

    Published on : Thursday, October 26, 2017

    Norway is planning to follow the trail of Dubai, the Maldives, Florida by constructing the first European underwater restaurant.     What usually was confined to exotic destinations, Norwegian architects has done it in a small village on the south …

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  • U.S. business travellers more dependent on tech but fear its effect

    Published on : Tuesday, September 19, 2017

    Egencia’s Business Travel and Technology Survey found in its latest report that U.S. business travellers are among the most optimistic users of the  artificial intelligence and big data to help them  manage their trips.     About 55 percent of …

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  • Recovering Energy, Resources and Marine Sectors Means Higher Travel Pricing in 2018

    Published on : Thursday, September 14, 2017

    Airfares and hotel rates in key locations for the Energy, Resources and Marine (ERM) sectors are expected to rise in 2018 – according to CWT Energy, Resources & Marine, the specialist division of global travel management company Carlson Wagonlit Travel. …

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  • Turkey tourism campaign ‘Yes I’m going’ introduced in Norway

    Published on : Tuesday, August 29, 2017

    As a kind of protest against country’s air carriers dropping the numbers of their flights and tours to Turkey, Norwegians have started a social media campaign lately. This campaign is also against the raising ticket prices. Campaigners, side by side …

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  • British Airways ready to cancel two Norway routes

    Published on : Tuesday, July 18, 2017

    British Airways is now going to cancel routes from Heathrow to the Norwegian cities like Bergen and Stavanger since they have ceased to be “commercially viable”.   Currently, these Norway routes operate daily.   But, British Airways would stop flying …

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  • An European Sojourn With A Difference

    Published on : Thursday, June 15, 2017

    While a vacation in Europe usually includes the tried and tested countries and destinations, we are more for the rarely-explored, yet absolutely breathtaking, destinations.      Croatia – The underseen beauty with a Got connection Like most of Europe, Croatia …

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