Norwegian have just announced a range of new flights to Boston from a number of European destinations.
Norwegian to Launch Low-Cost Flights to Boston from Europe
Norwegian will launch the first direct flight between London Gatwick and Boston, priced from £179 one way. The flights between Boston and London Gatwick will start operation in May 2016 with 4 flights scheduled per week. At £179 one way, this will be the cheapest direct flight between London and Boston. Direct flights to Boston can be notoriously expensive during the summer months, making Norwegian's entry into the market a welcome one for business travellers.
The low-cost airline also announced a new route between Boston and Copenhagen. The route is scheduled to operate one flight per week starting from the 12th of May 2016.
A third route from Boston to Oslo with two weekly flights from May 2016 has also been announced.
Norwegian is the third largest airline at London Gatwick, with 3.4 million passengers flying with the low-cost airline every year. The airline launched its low-cost transatlantic flights last year on a new fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliners. 200,000 passengers have flown with Norwegian since the launch of the transatlantic service.
The airline is known for increasing the level of service offered to low-cost passengers, and passengers can access wifi onboard to browse the web and access multimedia content. Even on short haul flights, Norwegian offer a film and TV service to entertain their customers. Norwegian has one of the youngest plane fleets in the world, with an average age of four years, including regular expansions of their Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet. They have been voted the ‘Europe's Best Low-Cost Carrier' by passengers at the SkyTrax World Airline Awards for three years in a row.
Norwegian are currently offering a free transatlantic flight to frequent flyers, who fly a certain amount of flights before the end of 2015.
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