Norwegian Air is currently operating a three-week transfer program to get passengers from the United Kingdom to and back from Copenhagen, Denmark.
For Norwegian, this is a way to cut down on airfares in order to boost sales of its Norwegian A380.
The transfer program is being offered in conjunction with the Norwegian A350.
In a tweet, Norwegian Air explained: We’ve created a three week transfer program for the A350 to bring in a bunch of new passengers from London to Copenhagen and back.
This is a great way to get some fresh air, get the best value for money, and get a lot of new customers.
That said, Norwegian is offering a transfer from London via a regular BA connecting flight, but there are no connections from London-Copenhagen to Paris via the same flight.
Norwegian will also accept connections from Copenhagen via the Royal Norwegian Air Force to Copenhagen via a connecting flight from Copenhagen to Luton.
To avoid the hassle of booking a direct connection, you can use Norwegian Air’s Norwegian Airlines booking app to book a transfer.
If you’re interested in seeing what Norwegian Air offers for international travel, you should check out the official Norwegian airline site and NorwegianAir’s website.