Birmingham Airport Welcomes Norwegian and Trio of Spanish Routes

Birmingham Airport and Europe’s third largest low-fare airline, Norwegian, have announced that flights will commence to Madrid, Barcelona and Malaga from Birmingham next summer.

Norwegian will offer regular services to the trio of Spanish routes, with Madrid becoming a brand new destination from Birmingham.

Madrid will commence on the 31st March and will operate each Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.  Malaga will commence on the 30th March and will operate every Monday, Friday and Saturday, and Barcelona will start on the 1st June and fly each Monday and Friday.


Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive of Birmingham Airport said, “We are very pleased to be able to announce this new airline and offer more new routes from Birmingham, and I thank Norwegian for choosing to launch Birmingham to these popular Spanish destinations. 

“Although Norwegian is new to the Midlands market, I am certain that consumers – both business and leisure - will be impressed with the carrier’s low fares and efficient service, which has allowed them to grow to carry more than 20 million passengers a year. We are therefore very pleased to be welcoming Norwegian to Birmingham next summer.”

Norwegian will operate a 186 seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with a one service cabin and free wi-fi.

Chief Commercial Officer, Thomas Ramdahl of Norwegian, added, “We’re happy to announce that Norwegian is launching new routes from Birmingham to several destinations in Spain.  

“We are looking forward to offering our low fares and award-winning service to travellers in the greater Birmingham area and welcoming them on board our brand new and more environmentally friendly fleet of Boeing 737-800 aircraft with free WiFi.”

Tickets are available through or through travel agents.

Norwegian employs approximately 4500 people and operates 416 routes to 126 destinations in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Thailand and the US. 

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