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I know we have a friendly partnership with Norwegian here at InsideFlyer so you might think I’m biased, but ~£55.60 for direct transatlantic flights seems like a mind bogglingly good deal to me!
I was looking for flights between Belfast and New York, and availability seemed pretty decent through to March.
If you want to book an outbound flight as well, you can fly there and back for £168.50 return.
There are plenty of other options too, like London to Boston for £130 on the outbound and £76 on the way back (so £206 Return):
To get the very best prices, head to this site here to search, or put the code BLACKFRIDAY17 in the “do you have a campaign code?” box.
To get the discounted flights, you need to book before 23:59 GMT tonight (24 November 2017) and travel between 4th December 2017 – 18th March 2018 (excluding 18th December 2017 – 7th January 2018).
Is Norwegian any good?
Yep – I’d just as happily fly with Norwegian in Economy as most other carriers (with a couple of honourable exceptions like Singapore Airlines maybe). You have to pay for food and drink and checked luggage if you want to take a suitcase, but the fees are reasonable, the planes are new and the crews tend to be pretty good.
Two things I really like about Norwegian vs the other long haul low cost carriers, is that the free cabin bag allowance is sufficient for most of my travels, so I don’t need to pay more; and that purchasing an exit row seat is just £20-25, which is extremely good value for a 7+ hour flight, and something I would highly recommend.
Return flights direct from the UK to the USA for ~£168.50 is obviously very good, but I just absolutely love the value you can get if you need a one way flight back from the US. You can always use Avios or other Miles to travel Business or First Class on the outbound!