Norwegian is back with another European sale. The absolute lowest prices are in December/January, but sadly not over Christmas and New Year’s. For a $20 – $50 dollars more round trip, however, you can find fares spread from October through next spring. All of Norwegian’s US cities have discount options. Like most of their deals, these are great opportunities to go beyond the biggest cities and find slightly less crowded spots. So while Athens is on sale, you can also see Nice, Prague, or Dubrovnik and more for about the same price.
These are Norwegian’s basic economy (LowFare), which is a little different than most. Carry-ons are included as are personal items, but meals are not nor is seat selection. So grab some snacks before boarding or budget for buying on board, especially on the 10+ hour flights from the west coast. As this doesn’t seem to be an official sale, I can’t say when the prices will change. So book now if these prices work for you. Below is a small sample of fares, but there are probably a dozen+ from each of Norwegian’s US options.
- New York to Athens from $375
- San Francisco to Copenhagen from $390
- Tampa to Malaga, Spain from $489
- Chicago to Geneva from $497
- Los Angeles to Krakow from $499
How to Book
- Visit the airline to search for sample dates and destinations
- various dates fall 2019 through spring 2020
- 6 day minimum stay required
Good luck and happy flying!
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Does anyone have any experience with Norwegian? I haven’t flown them yet, and would love to try them out. But have also heard / read a lot of negative press about them. Thoughts?