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Norse is bringing even more of its low-cost transatlantic fares to Miami.
The Scandinavian start-up will launch nonstop service from Miami (MIA) to Berlin (BER) and Paris (CDG) starting in December 2023.
“Miami has long been recognized as a sought-after winter sun location and we are delighted to connect even more European cities to this vibrant destination,” said Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO at Norse Atlantic Airways.
Here are the details of Norse’s new nonstop routes to Europe from Miami.
Norse’s Miami Network Grows to 4 Destinations
Once Norse begins these 2 new routes, the airline will serve 4 European cities with nonstop flights from Miami — the other 2 being London (LGW) and Oslo (OSL).
“[With] Norse Atlantic, there are now affordable direct air links from Paris, Berlin, London, and Oslo to Miami throughout the winter season meaning more travelers will now be able to experience these amazing destinations on both sides of the Atlantic,” said Larsen.
The Paris route will launch first, with 4 weekly flights commencing on December 11, 2023. Berlin will follow closely behind on December 14, 2023, with 1 weekly flight.
The flights will operate according to the following schedules:
|MIA to BER||8 p.m.||11:15 a.m. (+1)|
|BER to MIA||1:15 p.m.||6 p.m.|
|MIA to CDG||8 p.m.||11 a.m. (+1)|
|CDG to MIA||4:05 p.m.||8 p.m.|
Head over to Norse’s website to find and book one-way fares for the new routes starting from just $162!
Norse operates a fleet of all Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. As a low-cost carrier, it’s unsurprising that you won’t find a business class cabin on these jets. Rather, Norse’s Dreamliners are equipped with economy and premium economy seats.
Passengers opting to fly in premium will enjoy a wider seat, up to 35% extra legroom, and “some of the best recline in the skies,” according to the airline.
And with one-way fares in Premium starting at $342, you won’t have to pay through the nose for extra comfort.Hot Tip:
Norse is extending its European reach from Miami with new services to Berlin and Paris.
The airline’s low fares will be welcome for travelers on both sides of the Atlantic hoping for a cheap getaway across the Pond.
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