Norse Atlantic offers cheap flights to Europe and back
The new Norwegian airline Norse Atlantic has opened booking for its first four routes. These are flights from Oslo to New York JFK (from June 14), Fort Lauderdale (June 18), Orlando (July 5) and Los Angeles (August 9). New York is served daily after a short start-up period, the other destinations three times a week.
Norse Atlantic is a price fighter, and that is also clear from the fares: a one – way ticket from Oslo to New York JFK costs only 105 euros (113-114 dollars) on many dates. A return ticket is available from 225 euros. Only a small piece of hand luggage is included in that rate. Those who want to take more, have to pay extra. Also for food and drinks on board the clip must be pulled.
Norse Atlantic is in many ways the successor to Norwegian’s longhaul branch. After a reorganization during the corona crisis, Norwegian decided to focus only on European flights. The management of Norse Atlantic consists largely of former Norwegian managers, and the Boeing 787s that the company will fly with are also ex-Norwegian.