All flights within Scandinavia are cancelled Thursday, 15th April
Thursday 15, April 2010
Due to a volcanic eruption in Iceland, large quantities of ash are present in the air resulting in large areas of Scandinaivian airspace being closed. Norwegian ask passengers whose flights have been cancelled not to go to the airport.
The whole Norwegian controlled air space is closed from 10 a.m. today. This is due to clouds filled with ash from the volcanic eruption in Iceland.
All flight are cancelled at all airports in Norway. The closure also includes the oceanic control area, affecting interncontinental flight. Helicopter flight to the of shore oil installations are also cancelled.
Norwegian.com passengers whose flights have been cancelled have the option of a full refund or to be rebooked to a later date. Passengers due to travel on Friday 16th April on flights that have not yet been cancelled can either obtain a full refund, or rebook to a later date until 30th June for flights within Scandinavia and until 15th June for international flights.
To contact the customer contact centre, please call 815 21 815 or + 47 21 49 00 15 if calling from outside Norway. Due to large call volumes there may be a delay in answering your call.
The following Norwegian.com flights are cancelled on Friday 16th April
To and from Stockholm-Arlanda
Cancelled flights to and from Copenhagen
To and from airports in Norway
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