Norwegian reopens base in Denmark

Norwegian planePhoto: Vidar Ruud / NTB

Due to relief in the travel restrictions and increased demand, Norwegian decided to reopen its base in Denmark. 

A total of 200 employees will be in place during the summer.

“It is incredibly nice to be able to welcome 200 well-known and dear colleagues back to the base in Copenhagen. 

“They know the company and our customers very well, and I know that they are looking forward to getting back to work and meeting passengers again,” Norwegian CEO Geir Karlsen said.

On Monday morning, the first Norwegian plane with a Danish cabin crew took off since April of 2020. The flight from Copenhagen to Spanish Malaga was almost sold out.

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