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Norwegian is back with more amazing Transatlantic fares this weekend – starting at just £61.90 one way.
The best fares are from Boston/Providence and New York (Stewart) to Belfast, Dublin and Shannon, though Edinburgh is only slightly more expensive.
The outbound flights from the UK and Ireland are more expensive, but still very good value in the scheme of things, starting at £129.30.
A return would therefore set you back £191.20.
Availability is wide open in both directions until the Summer.
What is Norwegian like?
It’s a low cost carrier but actually pretty good as long as you know what to expect. You have to pay for food and drink and checked luggage if you want to take a suitcase, but the fees aren’t extortionate, the planes are new and the crews are normally quite friendly.
The 737s that Norwegian use to/from Edinburgh/Belfast/etc don’t have a personal in-flight entertainment system, so bring a book or make sure you’ve downloaded something to watch.
There are two things about Norwegian vs the other long haul low cost carriers that are particularly good:
The free cabin bag allowance is fairly sensible
Purchasing an exit row seat is just £20-25, which is extremely good value for a ~7 hour flight and definitely something to keep in mind if you are flying overnight.
If you’re looking for a cheap transatlantic flight, Norwegian’s prices can be tough to beat – particularly for direct flights. The US – Europe fares are absolutely ridiculous!
- Offers reflect lowest available prices and are subject to availability.
- Additional charges and baggage fees may apply.
- Program begins 00:01 March 16, 2018 and expires 23:59 EST/PST March 19, 2018.
- Travel period varies by route.
- All rights reserved; offer can be modified or expired at any time without notice.