Norwegian has confirmed that it will restore its Stockholm Arlanda hub, with 54 nonstop services.
Around 270 cabin crew employees will be hired by the reorganized LCC and stationed at the Swedish airport beginning in April. Norwegian has recently established bases in a number of locations.
In the previous six months, the LCC has established bases in Helsinki, Copenhagen, Bergen, Stavanger, and Trondheim. Norwegian CEO Geir Karlsen expressed his delight in a statement, saying:
“We are very happy to now be back at Arlanda and can open our base for cabin crew. Despite the increasing spread of infection in recent months, we are positive about the coming summer season. We have therefore built up our route network from Arlanda with 54 direct destinations ahead of the season.
“Arlanda is one of our most important airports, and with 270 new faces at Arlanda, it is with pleasure that we can state that Norwegian is now seriously back in Sweden again.”