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Soon, there will be more ways to fly to the German capital than ever.
The low-cost start-up has announced it will be adding a route connecting Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and Berlin Brandenburg (BER) in December.
“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 of Norse Atlantic Airways.
The news comes the same week as the airline inaugurated its first Berlin-U.S. routes.
Here’s what you need to know about Norse’s newest route to the U.S.
Norse Atlantic Adds Fort Lauderdale to Berlin
The latest addition to Norse Atlantic’s route network means from December 7, 2022, when the inaugural Fort Lauderdale to Berlin takes the skies, the Scandinavian start-up will operate 2 routes to Europe from Fort Lauderdale.
Norse is marketing the route as “Fort Lauderdale – Miami” as this is likely to attract would-be passengers who might not be as familiar with Fort Lauderdale.
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is an attractive airport for airlines as the fees charged for using the airport’s facilities are likely to be significantly cheaper than Miami International Airport (MIA), some 30 miles away.
The service will operate 3 times per week on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, with the following schedule:
- Depart Fort Lauderdale (FLL) at 11 p.m. — Arrive in Berlin (BER) at 2:40 p.m. (+1)
- Depart Berlin (BER) at 4:25 p.m. — Arrive in Fort Lauderdale (FLL) at 9 p.m.
Norse’s second nonstop service to Europe from Fort Lauderdale is to Oslo (OSL) — the airline’s base — which was inaugurated on June 20, 2022.
Both to be served by Norse, Berlin and Oslo are currently Fort Lauderdale’s only European destinations.
Tickets for the new route are on sale now and start as low as just $151 for a one-way in economy and $355 in the airline’s premium cabin.
As you’d expect with low-cost airlines, you’ll be charged extra to check a bag and select your seat, as well as to purchase inflight meals.
Norse Atlantic is continuing to grow its transatlantic route network with the addition of a 3-times-weekly service between Berlin and Fort Lauderdale.
We’re looking forward to following Norse’s continued growth and are eagerly anticipating news of which U.S. cities the airline could be coming to next.
Featured Image Credit: Norse Atlantic
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