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[Expired] Norse Atlantic Offering $120 One-way Fares Between the U.S. and Berlin

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Berlin for $120, anyone? Fledgling low-cost carrier Norse Atlantic has announced new routes from the U.S. to Berlin (BER), and with these new routes, the airline is offering some sweet deals to entice people to book tickets. “The introduction of affordable Norse Atlantic Airways point-to-point flights between Germany and the United States will benefit both local tourism and businesses by supporting job creation across the wider tourism and service industries,” said Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO of Norse Atlantic Airways. Here’s what you need to know about the newest nonstop service between the U.S. and Germany.

Nonstop Flights to Berlin From Los Angeles and New York

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Norse Atlantic Airways will fly nonstop between Berlin (BER) and Los Angeles (LAX) and New York (JFK). Image Credit: Great Circle Mapper

On August 17, 2022, Norse Atlantic will inaugurate flights between Berlin (BER) and New York (JFK). And shortly thereafter, on August 19, 2022, it will start nonstop service between Berlin and Los Angeles (LAX). This development comes just 2 weeks after the airline announced ultra-low-cost flights between New York and London-Gatwick (LGW). While the New York-Berlin route is already served nonstop by Delta from JFK and United from Newark (EWR), Norse’s flight between Los Angeles and Berlin will be the only nonstop connection between the West Coast and Germany’s ever-popular capital. Norse’s JFK-Berlin flights will operate once daily according to the following schedule:

  • Depart New York (JFK) 12:30 a.m. — Arrive Berlin (BER) 2:25 p.m.
  • Depart Berlin (BER) 7:20 p.m. — Arrive New York (JFK) 10 p.m.

Meanwhile, the route between Los Angeles and Berlin will operate with a schedule that varies according to the day of the week:

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Norse Atlantic’s Tuesday departure from Los Angeles stands out as it will be the earliest departure to Europe from the airport. With an arrival time of 6:50 a.m. the following morning, it’s an ideal flight for anyone who needs to get to Berlin in time for a Wednesday morning meeting — or would like to have a full day of seeing the sights upon landing. Introductory fares between New York and Berlin start from just $120 one-way, while flights from Los Angeles can be had from $138 one-way — a pretty spectacular price, especially considering the high cost of airfare we’ve all noticed in recent months. All of Norse’s transatlantic flights will be operated by the Boeing 787 Dreamliner with 2 cabin classes: economy and premium. The airline doesn’t offer a business class with lie-flat seats.

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Final Thoughts

Norwegian start-up Norse Atlantic Airways is expanding its route network by adding Berlin as its third nonstop destination from the U.S. starting in just a few months. First Oslo, then London, and now Berlin. What’s next? If we had to bet, we’d place our money on Barcelona and Paris.

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Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.

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