Norwegian Adds More Service To Los Angeles & New York

Norwegian is the low-cost airline that won't stop growing (mostly) and the airline has recently announced that it plans to add yet more service between Europe and the US. No new destinations are being announced but two of the airlines existing routes are to see extra services added in 2018.

Norwegian Cancels A US Route & Cuts Back Two More

Norwegian is the low-cost airline that has helped to shake up airfares across the Atlantic and it has been expanding at a rate that I'm not sure I've seen from an airline before....but are we now seeing the first signs of trouble for the carrier that's been taking the game to the legacy airlines?

News: London Gets More Singapore Airlines A380 Service, A New Mandarin Oriental & More...

London seems to have been in the travel news quite a bit lately so I've picked out three items that looked interesting (and that may be of use) and pulled them together into a single blog post.

Norwegian Announces New Routes Between Europe & The US (And Buys More Gatwick Slots...

Norwegian, the low-cost carrier that appears to scare the heck out of British Airways, has announced that it will add to its routes across the Atlantic from next year. New York (JFK) and Los Angeles are the cities in the US getting the extra services and, considering the popularity of both with leisure travelers, this will be music to the ears of many. Looking at it from another point of view, Angelenos and New Yorkers are about to get four new low-cost routes into three different European cities and none of them are London…so there shouldn’t be too many taxes inflating the fares.

You Can Now Fly “Low-Cost” From London To Singapore

Norwegian has already helped change the way we look at transatlantic travel by offering a low-cost option between Europe and the US, it has announced it's intention to take on British Airways (again) with non-stop flights between London and Buenos Aires and yesterday it inaugurated the longest low-cost route in the world: London - Singapore.
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Worldwide By easyJet Launches – European Low-Cost Carriers To Collaborate On Connections

One of the big differences between low-cost carriers and their full-service counterparts has always been that the full-service airlines are able to offer smooth (in theory!) transfers to other full-service airlines when passengers wish to connect to an onward flight. The traditional low-cost European airlines don't belong to alliances or have any strong affiliations with other airlines so they can't offer the same least up until now.

Norwegian Is Increasing Its Services To The US….AGAIN!

Norwegian is the little low-cost airline that's taking the fight right to the transatlantic legacy carriers....except that the airline isn't really little any more. Norwegian is now a serious force to be reckoned with and its transatlantic ambitions show no signs of going away.

Norwegian Announces “Limited Edition Rewards” For Frequent Fliers…But Are They Any Good?

Norwegian Air Shuttle (to give the airline is full name) already has a loyalty program called "Norwegian Reward" but, for most of us, this isn't a particularly interesting scheme as it doesn't allow for any outsized rewards (you're not going to be flying in a luxury First Class cabin anytime soon thanks to your earnings from Norwegian). Now, however, the airline is saying that it will be offering some flyers a free roundtrip flight in 2018 and some a free upgrade to the airline's premium cabin.
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Norwegian Expands US Network From London & Paris – Fares From $390 Available

In time for the third anniversary of its low-cost routes between Gatwick and the US Norwegian has announced its intention to add four new routes to its transatlantic network. Two of its new US routes will be launched from London Gatwick while the other two routes will operate out of the airline's Paris base. As if that wasn't enough, the airline has also added more frequencies on two of its existing routes between Paris and the US.

Norwegian Will Fly From London To Buenos Aires In 2018

Norwegian appears the to be a low cost carrier that enjoys taking the battle to the legacy airlines....and doing very well out of it. Now the airline has announced that it will be looking to break the British Airways monopoly on the London - Buenos Aires route starting in early 2018. Norwegian already operate routes to nine different US cities from Gatwick and has recently added flights to Singapore too....but now it's going further still.

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