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Norwegian Hub System

Norwegian Air Shuttle, commonly known as Norwegian, does not operate with a traditional hub system. Instead, the airline follows a point-to-point model, which means that flights are scheduled directly between specific origin and destination airports.

As a result, Norwegian does not have a specific base of operations or hub airports. The airline operates flights from various airports across Europe, including Oslo Airport in Norway, Gatwick Airport in London, and Barcelona-El Prat Airport in Spain.

This point-to-point model allows Norwegian to offer a wide range of routes and destinations, catering to both leisure and business travelers. By operating flights directly between popular city pairs, the airline aims to provide convenient and efficient travel options for its passengers.

More Airline Help and Knowledge

Gain more knowledge and insights about insights about Norwegian beyond what we covered here about hubs.

Need to know where a particular flight is? Track any live flight on a map here.

For additional information such as flight schedules, destinations, and aircraft details, visit the Norwegian Guide.

Find more help here for your journey through the airport