Norwegian Is Adding Another 150,000 Seats To Its London – USA Routes

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Hot on the heals of the news that Norwegian is doubling the number of flights it offers between Dublin and New York and adding another flight between Rome and Los Angeles, comes the news that London is getting more flights to the US too…a lot more.

Here’s what Norwegian has announced:

From the 25th March 2018 passengers will now be able to book an additional 10 weekly flights to Los Angeles, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Oakland and Boston, giving passengers even more choice and flexibility when travelling to the US. Additional flights now on sale are:

    • 11 weekly flights to Los Angeles – increased from a daily service with four additional flights departing on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Prices start from £175 one-way
    • Seven weekly flights to Boston – increased from four weekly flights to a daily service. Prices start from £155 one-way
    • Six weekly flights to Oakland (San Francisco) – increased from five flights per week with an additional Wednesday service. Prices start from £165 one-way
    • Three weekly flights to Fort Lauderdale – increased from two weekly flights with an additional Friday service. Prices start from £165 one-way
    • Four weekly flights to Orlando – increased from three weekly flights with a second Saturday service. Prices start from £185 one-way

The transatlantic market is now getting very interesting.

With American, BA, Iberia, and Finnair now joining Delta and its transatlantic SkyTeam counterparts in offering Basic Economy fares between the US and Europe we will have a true price/product comparison (more or less) between the traditional low-cost carriers and their legacy wannabes.

As someone who flys between LA and London quite frequently I’ll be watching what effect this very direct competition will have on fares – here’s hoping we get a fare war!


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