English to Norwegian train operator Norwegian Railways has launched a new service that lets you choose a new train company when you buy your train ticket.

The company, which was launched by Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg, has been rolling out the service on Norwegian routes in the Norwegian capital Oslo.

It’s a major move for the company, as it has been struggling with rising ticket prices and the company’s main competitor, Norwegian Railway, is also struggling with the same issue.

The Norwegian operator has been hit by a recent series of delays in some parts of the country, including on the Oslo-Malmö-Umeå line, where trains were delayed for up to 10 hours.

The new service will allow customers to buy their tickets through Norwegian Rail.

It’s a significant move for Norwegian Rail, as there are now over 500,000 Norwegian Rail tickets available online.

The Norwegian Railpass, which is only valid for Norwegian passengers on Norwegian trains, allows passengers to book their train tickets with just one click.

The ticket can then be bought directly from the train company’s website.

Norwegian Railpass is also now available for Norwegian citizens, as well as for citizens of Norway, the United Kingdom and Switzerland.

Norwegian train operator has announced that the service will be rolled out from November 16, 2017.

The new Norwegian train service will cost Norwegian Rail passengers in the Oslo area €4.75 ($6.25) per adult and €3.95 ($4.10) per child.

It will be available from November 1, 2017, at the following Norwegian stations:Orsköping, Malmö, Nørrebro, Bergen, Hjelmstad, Bergholm, Trondheim, Trægnes and Trondavon.

Norway’s first Norwegian train line, the Oslo to Bergen route, opened on March 4, 2017 and has been running since July 2016.

The service between Oslo and Bergen started in January 2017, and is expected to run until October 31, 2021.