Norwegian will be opening three new low-cost transatlantic flights from Copenhagen, according to Check-In. The new Norwegian flights from Copenhagen are expected to include two regular new routes to Barbados and Las Vegas. This would make Norwegian the first airline to fly direct between Copenhagen and Las Vegas. The new flights from Copenhagen will be officially announced at a press conference later this week.
Where can you fly with Norwegian?
The airline has steadily been expanding its fleet of Dreamliners to satisfy the needs for low-cost long haul flights across the Atlantic. Norwegian currently operate long haul bases from Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo and London Gatwick airports, in addition to flying short haul to most major European airports.
Norwegian have become an attractive option for holiday makers looking to take a short break across the pond, as flights with Norwegian to New York are priced at £179 one way. Checked-in luggage and on-board meals are an additional charge. Most of Norwegian's planes offer free wifi onboard, along with a selection of free video on demand programming.
We will be updating this post once the new Norwegian flights from Copenhagen have been officially announced at the end of the week. Let us know in the comments what you think of Norwegian expanding their low cost routes. Would you consider taking them over your usual carrier if you could save a substantial amount of money on your flights?
Norwegian accidentally aired TV ads promoting the new destination ahead of time. Read our latest post for more information.
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