Maybe you haven’t noticed, but Norwegian Air is kinda taking the travel world by storm. I’ve sure noticed. Their growth has been something incredible to watch. Along with dirt-cheap flights to Europe they’ve got a really solid, well-priced premium product. You won’t break the bank if you want a more relaxing flight across the pond.
They continue to add interesting flights from here to there (and everywhere, it seems). The 3 new routes they’re announcing today are:
- Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Rome (FCO)
- Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Madrid (MAD)
- Orlando (MCO) to Stockholm (ARN)
Starting fares will be approximately $200 one-way in economy. The flights to Rome and Madrid see a pretty darn reasonable one-way fare in their premium cabin of less than $600.
Rome is one of my favorite cities for so many reasons. I might just have to book one of these flights to pick up a cool, new line to one of my favorite places!
With the addition of these routes, it brings to 13 the number of routes from Florida to Europe that Norwegian flies. They also serve Guadeloupe and Martinique, under-appreciated destinations in the Caribbean. Here’s a look at what routes Norwegian now offers from the US:
Norwegian also has some service changes, mostly increases for the following routes:
The Fort Lauderdale to Paris service will increase from two flights per week to four flights per week as of October 28, 2018.
The Los Angeles to Paris service will increase from five flights per week to daily flights as of October 28, 2018.
The Oakland/San Francisco to Paris service will decrease from five flights per week to three flights a week as of October 30, 2018.
The Oakland/San Francisco to Rome service will become a summer seasonal service, with last flight departing October 26, 2018.
The Los Angeles to Stockholm service will become a summer seasonal service, with last flight departing October 26, 2018.
The Final Two Pennies
If you haven’t flown Norwegian, there’s really not much to be afraid of. They’re a “you get what you pay for” airline. I’d even argue you might get a bit more than what you pay for. Their economy product is tight, but affordable (take a look). The food and staff are pleasant. And, I really enjoyed their premium product. Definitely more than I expected.
Norwegian continues to impress me not only with their expansion but their charitable efforts. I was a part of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to bring humanitarian relief to kids desperately in need in Africa. All in all, I’m a big fan of Norwegian. Cheap flights, solid premium product and an eye towards helping others. You could do a lot worse choosing an airline.
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