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Norse Atlantic Airways, the low-cost start-up airline headquartered in Norway, has launched its fall promotion where you can get tickets from the U.S. to Europe starting at just $99 each way. The airline continues to expand across the U.S. and in Europe with a fleet of 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
If Europe is on your agenda this fall and winter, here’s what you need to know.
Fare Deal Details
Norse Atlantic serves a handful of U.S. destinations, including Boston (BOS), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Los Angeles (LAX), New York (JFK), Orlando (MCO), San Francisco (SFO), and Washington, D.C. (IAD).
There are a few things to know about the deal before you book, including:
- Travel dates will vary by route.
- Some periods may be subject to blackout restrictions.
- The promo ends on September 18, 2023 (or when fares sell out).
- This promotion is subject to availability and may not be available on every flight.
- All fares are in Economy Light, one-way, and per adult, if not stated otherwise.
Additionally, Norse Atlantic is a low-cost carrier, meaning you’ll pay extra for ancillary purchases such as baggage, seating, or meals.
You’ll want to search for dates and book directly through Norse Atlantic, and there’s no discount code required for this sale. Here is the full table of “starting at” rates.
- Class: Economy Light
- Dates: Varies by route
- Rates: As low as $99 one-way
One-Way Fare From
|Boston (BOS) – London (LGW)||$99|
|Fort Lauderdale (FLL)- London (LGW)||$129|
|Fort Lauderdale (FLL) – Oslo (OSL)||$139|
|Los Angeles (LAX) – London (LGW)||$179|
|Los Angeles (LAX) – Oslo (OSL)||$149|
|Miami (MIA) – Berlin (BER)||$139|
|Miami (MIA) – London (LGW)||$129|
|Miami (MIA) – Oslo (OSL)||$139|
|Miami (MIA) – Paris (CDG)||$139|
|New York (JFK) – Berlin (BER)||$175|
|New York (JFK) – London (LGW)||$129|
|New York (JFK) – Olso (OSL)||$129|
|New York (JFK) – Paris (CDG)||$155|
|New York (JFK) – Rome (FCO)||$209|
|Orlando (MCO) – London (LGW)||$129|
|San Francisco (SFO) – London (LGW)||$159|
|Washington, D.C. (IAD) – London (LGW)||$99|
For example, you can book a one-way ticket from Boston (BOS) to London (LGW) for $99 for most dates this October:
How To Book
Choose your dates and then book directly with the airline. Keep in mind that blackout dates may vary by route.
Don’t forget to use a credit card that rewards you for travel or flight purchases. The Platinum Card® from American Express earns 5x Membership Rewards points per $1 spent for flights when purchased directly from the airline or through Amex Travel (capped at $500,000 in purchases per year). You’ll continue to earn 1x points after that.
Cards such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, which earns 3x Ultimate Rewards points on all travel purchases, or the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card, which earns 2x Capital One miles on all purchases, including travel, are also good options. Both of these cards earn 5x points or miles when booking flights through their respective travel portals.
This is an impressive deal for Europe flights, but keep in mind that all creature comforts — from baggage to meals — are extra. If you’re interested in visiting Europe this year, make sure to book your tickets before September 18.
The information regarding the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.
For rates and fees of The Platinum Card® from American Express, click here.
Featured Image Credit: Norse Atlantic
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About Chris Dong
Chris is a freelance writer and editor with a focus on timely travel trends, points and miles, hot new hotels, and all things that go (he’s a proud aviation geek and transit nerd). Formerly full time at The Points Guy, his work can now be found at AFAR, Travel + Leisure, Condé Nast Traveler, Washington Post, and Lonely Planet, among others
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