Most Popular Route
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No, Norwegian has no scheduled flights out of Dublin. However, Norwegian does fly out of Edinburgh Turnhouse. There are also other airline options to choose from if you still want to book a flight from Dublin. Ryanair, for example, is an airline that flies out of Dublin on a regular basis.
Norwegian flies a total of 310 routes per year to 35 countries. Dublin, their most popular domestic destination, is just one of 42 domestic routes Norwegian flies on a routine basis. Oslo is the most popular destination out of 268 international routes.
Trondheim Vaernes is the most popular airport that Norwegian serves, followed by Oslo Gardermoen and Bergen Flesland.
Check the flight status for Norwegian using our real-time Flight Tracker. To get an update, type in either the airport name or the Norwegian flight number, then click Track Flight. We’ll show you information such as the gate number, departure time, and arrival time for Norwegian flights. If you want more information about a particular flight, feel free to call Norwegian at +353 1 697 1489 or visit their website at norwegian.com.
The cheapest return domestic flight we could find with Norwegian was flying Stockholm Arlanda to Luleå Kallax for €30 per ticket. This flight has 0 stops. If you’re looking for a one-way domestic flight with Norwegian, the cheapest route we could find was Luleå Kallax to Stockholm Arlanda with 0 stops for €23 per ticket.
Oslo Gardermoen to Vilnius and back with 0 stops for €38 per ticket is the cheapest return international flight we could find from Norwegian. If you want a one-way international flight from Norwegian, the least expensive one we could find was for €14 per ticket flying from Stockholm Arlanda to London Gatwick with 0 stops.
Keep in mind while you’re packing for your next trip that Norwegian has strict baggage size requirements. Any carry-on should be within 55x40x23cm, all checked bags should be within 250x112x79cm, and personal items should be 33x25x20cm or smaller.