Norse Atlantic Airways: Fly Nonstop From JFK To London/Gatwick For $114 One-Way Or $313 Round-Trip

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Norse Atlantic Airways has introductory fares on nonstop flights between JFK and London/Gatwick that begin on 8/12.

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An economy one-way from JFK to London starts at $114 and a round-trip starts at $313, in an 3-3-3 configuration.

A premium economy one-way from JFK to London starts at $198 and a round-trip starts at $570 in a 2-3-2 configuration.

The airline’s other nonstop routes are between Oslo and Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, or Orlando.

Norse Atlantic will fly Norwegian’s 787 Dreamliners. Both airlines were founded by Bjorn Kjos and have a similar ultra-low-cost model, so be prepared to pay extra for everything other than a small under-seat carry-on bag.

If you buy the least expensive economy light fare, you’ll pay another $25 for a full size carry-on and $60-$70 for a checked bag, each way. Seat selection and meals are also at a charge. If you do need all of those items, you will probably find yourself better off flying on an airline with more frills included.

Will you fly Norse Atlantic?

HT: Leon F.


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22 Comments On "Norse Atlantic Airways: Fly Nonstop From JFK To London/Gatwick For $114 One-Way Or $313 Round-Trip"

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Jon Huang

Cheap enough to buy your own row maybe

Moe

question for @Dan
Why is 2 one way fares cheaper than a round trip?

goodyid

Dan, loved your article in the AMI, Thanks for your great work

Canadian

Maybe post the article for us? (Its unfortunately not sold here in KJ)

SS

Are these tickets bookable through Chase? I would like to book tickets by redeeming my chase pts at 1.5 for travel

joe

no kosher meals?

Dovid

Seems like they aren’t convinced they’ll still be in business past October as they haven’t scheduled flights for then. Doesn’t win my confidence.

Abey

Important to note that I don’t think they have all the regulatory approvals but are expecting to have them in time

Serving Hashem

Finally someone with the wisdom and guts to say it out loud… I’m happy I can take care of my family and live my life! I don’t have to “make it” or become the next bill gates… Thank you Dan for the Ami article! Bitachon goes a long way in a happy life…

paassove

yes the tafasta merubah and being sameach bchelko really hit home on a personal level , if you who works in an industry where it requires you to be up to date at all times and can still say tafasta merubah not feeling like you have “fomo”, then I can learn to apply that to myself in my own life yasher kochachem

iahphx

“Norse Atlantic Airways” sounds like an airline that will quickly go out of business.
If they actually get in the air, the one-way to Gatwick for $114 (+ $25, because I don’t see how you’re crossing the Atlantic without a real suitcase) could be a good deal. FWIW, if I’m heading to London, I always try to visit the Continent (or Ireland) afterwards, because the UK taxes to fly back across the Pond are ridiculous.

Noam

Can try finding more cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Florida or new York

Yoel

how do I know if its legit

FlyingBlue

What happened to Norwegian NYC-AMS flight?

kosher

do they offer meals and kosher?

Sam

I’m flying norse to Berlin moitza yom kippur then flying with israir to Israel (5 hour stop over) my total for the one way ticket is 580 including the luggage (it’s not an official connection it’s just a combined ticket)

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