Norwegian Air is now selling one-way tickets for flights from the U.S. to the British Isles for as little as $65 — including taxes.
In an announcement Thursday, the budget airline describes the $65 rate as an “introductory fare” for 10 new nonstop routes that it will start flying this summer.
By Friday, many flights at the $65 rate had sold out, but tickets for the new routes were still available for as little as $99. Visit Norwegian’s website for the latest prices.
Norwegian does not charge for carry-on luggage. The airline also notes that you can save additional money by:
- Bundling a seat reservation
- Pre-ordering a meal service (including alcoholic beverages)
- Pre-paying for checked luggage
Norwegian’s 10 new Boeing 737-MAX trans-Atlantic routes will fly out of:
- Stewart International Airport in New York
- T.F. Green Airport in Rhode Island
- Bradley International Airport in Connecticut
The routes will fly to:
- Belfast, Northern Ireland
- Cork, Ireland
- Dublin, Ireland
- Edinburgh, Scotland
- Shannon, Ireland
Bjørn Kjos, CEO and founder of Norwegian Air, says in the company announcement:
Our new, non-stop service will enable tens of thousands of new travelers to fly between the continents much more comfortably and affordably. Norwegian’s latest transatlantic offering is not only great news for the traveling public, but also for the local U.S. economies as we will bring more tourists that will increase spending …
For more ways to save on travel — whether you’re headed to Europe or elsewhere — check out:
- “14 Super Smart Ways to Save on Travel“
- “5 Ways to Volunteer and Travel for Free“
- “3 Simple Rules to Avoid Getting Sick While Traveling“
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