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Norse Atlantic Airways Launches Ticket Sales Between Norway and the U.S. From $129

Norse Atlantic Airways has today launched ticket sales between Norway and the U.S. with one-way fares from NOK 995 and $129 including taxes. The carrier’s inaugural flight will depart Oslo for New York-JFK on June 14, 2022.


Norse Atlantic Airways Crewmembers Celebrate the Opening of Ticket Sales on Friday, April 29, 2022 - Courtesy Norse Atlantic Airways/Cision

On Friday (April 29, 2022), Norse Atlantic Airways announced the launch of ticket sales between Norway and the U.S. with one-way fares from NOK 995 and $129 (taxes included). The milestone occasion precedes the carrier’s inaugural flight which will depart Oslo on June 14th for New York (JFK), with frequencies ramping up to daily service by July 4, 2022. Norse will also offer service between Oslo and Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Orlando (MCO) and Los Angeles (LAX). Three weekly flights to Fort Lauderdale will start on June 18th with one-way fares from NOK 1497, while three weekly flights to Orlando will commence on July 5th with fares starting at NOK 1497. Flights between Oslo and Los Angeles will also operate three times weekly from August 9th, with one-way fares from NOK 1797. Tickets are now available for purchase at flynorse.com.


In Friday’s announcement, Norse Atlantic Airways’ CEO, Bjørn Tore Larsen, said,


“This is a major milestone for all of us at Norse Atlantic Airways and a testament to the dedication and determination of colleagues from across the airline who have made this possible. Norse now offers the lowest one-way point to point transatlantic fares in the market. Whether travelling on business, leisure or simply wishing to explore the world, Norse now makes it possible for everyone to explore for less. Our modern, comfortable and more environmentally friendly Boeing 787 Dreamliners are ready to take to the skies and our pilots and cabin crew are looking forward to welcoming customers on board from June.


“The introduction of affordable Norse Atlantic Airways point-to point flights between Europe and the United States, will benefit both local tourism and businesses. Not only are we directly investing in the countries that we operate by employing local staff we are also supporting job creation across the wider tourism and service industry.”


Norse Atlantic Airways will announce routes and fares from London and Paris to the U.S. shortly, as well as additional U.S. destinations. Norse offers two cabin choices, Economy and Premium, along with a simple range of fares including Light, Classic and Plus. Light fares represent Norse’s value option, while Plus fares include increased ticket flexibility, the maximum baggage allowance, two meal services and an enhanced airport and onboard experience. The airline operates a fleet of spacious state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliners featuring a rich personal inflight entertainment (IFE) experience, and industry-leading Premium cabin seats with a 43” seat pitch and 12” recline.


Founded in March 2021 by CEO and Major Shareholder Bjørn Tore Larsen, Norse Atlantic Airways plans on offering affordable transatlantic and European flights. The company’s head office is located in Arendal, Norway, and Norse has a second office in London. Norse has a fleet of 15 modern, fuel-efficient Boeing 787 Dreamliners. The carrier will operate long-haul routes between Europe and the U.S., as well as flights within Europe including service to New York, Florida, Paris, London and Oslo, with the first flights departing in June 2022.



Source: Norse Atlantic Airways/Cision

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