The Alicante-Elche Airport has started a new route to Bodo, Norway, by the company Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), which will operate this connection every Saturday during the summer season. This new flight will allow travellers flying from Alicante to experience the midnight sun that occurs in this area during the summer, as well as other charms of this Scandinavian destination and attract new visitors to the Costa Blanca.
To celebrate, the airport prepared a commemorative cake of the route that was cut by representatives of the Scandinavian Airlines company, one of the longest airlines to operate from Alicante airport. Director of the Airport, Tomás Melgar distributed the cake among the passengers who were waiting to board the first plane bound for Bodo.
The Alicante-Elche Airport is the first of the Aena network in terms of the number of scheduled flights with Norway this summer, specifically the airlines have offered about 3,500 flights to this destination and more than 637,000 seats.
Also, with this new link there are already 11 connections that the Alicante airport has with Norway during the current summer season. In addition to Bodo, the airlines connect with Aalesund, Bergen, Evenes, Haugesund, Kristiansand, Oslo-Gardermoen, Oslo-Sandefjord, Stavenger, Tromso and Trondheim.
The airlines have offered a total of 117 destinations with Alicante for the summer season that starts this Sunday, March 25 and ends on October 27, 2018.
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