New, Norwegian low-cost airline Norse Atlantic Airways is celebrating their new routes to the U.S. - Berlin to Los Angeles (LAX) and Berlin to New York (JFK).
In addition, Norse is announcing a new route between Berlin and Fort Lauderdale, Florida that will start on December 7th, 2022.
Norse Atlantic Airways has announced a connectivity partnership with easyJet, Norwegian and Spirit Airlines that will provide customers with greater choice and convenience when exploring the world. This new partnership means that passengers can now book flights with all four airlines through one website, making it easier than ever to find affordable travel options. With a combined network of over 1,000 destinations, passengers are sure to find the perfect flight for their needs.
“We are very pleased to now be able to welcome customers from across Germany on board our state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliners to New York and Los Angeles. With the addition of our Fort Lauderdale route commencing in December we will be the largest long haul carrier operating out of Berlin. Our affordable fares will boost transatlantic travel between Europe and the US benefitting local economies on both sides of the Atlantic,” said Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO Norse Atlantic Airways.
Norse Will Utilize Boeing 787 Dreamliners for the Routes
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner cabin provides passengers with an outstanding travel experience. Each seat includes a personal state of the art entertainment system, allowing passengers to relax and enjoy their flight. The Premium cabin offers an industry leading 43” seat pitch and 12” recline, allowing passengers to arrive at their destination feeling refreshed and ready to explore.
Norse Atlantic offers two cabin choices: Economy and Premium. Passengers can choose from a variety of fares, each with their own benefits. Light fares offer great value, while Plus fares include the maximum baggage allowance, two meal services and an enhanced airport and onboard experience.
So far we've heard very good things about the Norse travel experience. It's amazing how many new carriers are making a go of it, especially when you consider the events of the last 2 1/2 years.