Vueling launches 9 routes to Scandinavia.
The low-cost airline Vueling will launch nine routes that will take off from four Spanish airports to five cities in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Thus, from June 2021, the number of destinations in the Nordic countries will reach eight.
Vueling base at the airport Barcelona-El Prat will be linked to Billund (Denmark) competing with Norwegian and Ryanair, Bergen and Stavanger (Norway) competing with Norwegian and Gothenburg (Sweden) competing with Norwegian and Ryanair. The flights will have one or two rotations per week and will be operated with Airbus A320 or A320neo aircraft with 180 or 186 seats.
Your Malaga, Vueling will have two flights a week to Copenhagen in competition with Norwegian, Ryanair and SAS and Billund in competition with Norwegian and Ryanair. The two Danish airports will also be served from Palma de Mallorca, having the same fares in competition with Ryanair and SAS.
Finally, Alicante will benefit from a new route to the Danish capital, the flights being on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in competition with Norwegian, Ryanair and SAS.
The IAG Group's subsidiary already serves the airports of Oslo, Stockholm and Aalborg in Scandinavia, in addition to Copenhagen Airport.
Vueling Airlines is also in the top of the safest airlines to fly with during a pandemic.