Latest News
HomeAviationIberia and Widerøe reach an interline agreement to increase connectivity between Spain and Norway

Iberia and Widerøe reach an interline agreement to increase connectivity between Spain and Norway


Iberia offers 14 additional destinations in Norway starting today, thanks to this agreement.

Iberia and Widerøe establish a new interline agreement aimed at improving connectivity between Spain and Norway. This strategic pact will make it possible to offer connections to 14 additional destinations in Norway.

The alliance increases additional traffic and reinforces Iberia’s operation to Norway, where Iberia already offers regular flights: Oslo, where the airline flies all year round with one daily flight, and which will have up to 9 weekly flights this July; Bergen, a destination available during the summer season with two weekly frequencies; and Tromsø, a destination that will debut next winter season.

This agreement makes it easier to travel to new destinations within the Scandinavian country that are of special interest to tour operators and to the Norwegian diaspora residing in Spain, such as Trondheim, Orsta Volda, Forde, Sogndal, Sandane, Alesund, Molde, Kristiansund, Kristiansand, Stavanger, Haugesund, and Bodo.

This agreement aims to improve Iberia’s customer value proposal by offering destinations that are not currently available. In this way, the collaboration between Iberia and Widerøe will ensure a seamless travel experience, providing greater comfort and options to passengers. With this alliance, Iberia and Widerøe reinforce their commitment to offering more efficient travel solutions and expanding connectivity options for their customers.

Iberia is Spain’s largest airline and the leading carrier between Europe and Latin America. The airline ebelong to the IAG group and is a member of the oneworld airline alliance.

Theodore Koumelis
Co-Founder & Managing Director - Travel Media Applications | Website

Theodore is the Co-Founder and Managing Editor of TravelDailyNews Media Network; his responsibilities include business development and planning for TravelDailyNews long-term opportunities.