It might be hard to believe, but it’s true! A few days ago, Norwegian announced that lot’s of East Coast to Europe routes would be on sale. And as of 8pm EST today, many of those fares are still around! You can book these flights directly with Norwegian on their website.
What’s the sale
As you can see, there are a bunch of routes from secondary US airports (SWF for New York City, PVD for Boston) to Europe. They also fly to Bergen, Norway (BGO), not shown on this map. Here are some examples I found quickly through Norwegian’s website:
I’m sure you can find even more deals by searching around on Norwegian’s website!
On all routes, Norwegian will not face any direct competition, but most of these European cities see service to larger US cities, like Boston and New York City on other carriers. Also remember that Norwegian will be flying these routes with its new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, which seat ~180 in an all-economy layout. You’ll also need to pay for bag fees, seat assignments, and snacks on board, much like Spirit or Frontier.
Were you able to snag a deal on Norwegian? Let us know where you’re flying to!
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Husband and I are heading to Dublin in January. Flying out of PVD. We live in DTW and are using our Southwest points and companion pass to get to PVD. Thank you for your help informing us of these deals. It came at the right time for new empty nesters!!!
This is misleading and these blogs should help readers see through the tricks of Norwegian and others like it:
If you are thinking of flying Norwegian round trip to Europe, then you better account for an average of $40 FOR EACH LEG of your trip. For instance, so, if you connect both coming and going, you can add $160 to your trip if you have a bag. Plus, you better account for food on the plane too, and a seat assignment if you need one, at their prices. You’ll see how quickly a breathless “$200 round trip!!!” becomes $400+, which is a good fare but not WHOO WHOO!!!! like we see here.