BY: Luka Trcek
Flights from JFK Airport in New York to Berlin and London Gatwick are now among the best discounts, each costing just $189 one-way. There are just $215 one-way flights from JFK to Oslo, Norway, and $235 one-way flights from JFK to Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.
Beginning June 1, Norse will sell reduced tickets for just $205 one-way from Washington, D.C. (IAD), to London Gatwick.
New York to Rome will be available for just $259 one-way starting on June 20, and Los Angeles to London Gatwick will be available for just $209 one-way starting on June 30.
The one-way rates are subject to availability, additional taxes, and fees, Norse notes in a statement to Travel + Leisure, adding that the “fares are seasonal and will be valid until the end of the summer.”
Norse offers packages such as Economy Light, which includes only one personal bag, and Economy Classic, which also includes one meal and one carry-on bag, plus one personal item and one regular checked bag. The airline flies 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, which have modern amenities such as large windows, LED lighting, and a “more comfortable cabin altitude with cleaner air and better humidity,” according to the airline’s website.
Every aircraft bears the name of a distinct national park from multiple locations worldwide, including Sequoia, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, and Rondane.
Norse introduced additional connections to Orlando and Fort Lauderdale from London’s Gatwick airport on May 25.
Norse Atlantic Airways CEO Bjorn Tore Larsen stated that with the new route, “We look forward to a busy summer ahead as we bring value fares and a fantastic service to passengers looking to travel across the Atlantic.”
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