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Published on : Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Low-cost airline Norwegian is giving passengers an early Christmas present with the launch of the UK’s cheapest flights to San Francisco – fares from London Gatwick to San Francisco Oakland are now on sale starting from £199 one way.
Norwegian is the only airline to offer UK passengers direct low-cost flights to the US and Caribbean – flights currently operate from London Gatwick to New York, Los Angeles, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale and Puerto Rico, all using Norwegian’s state-of-the-art 787 Dreamliner aircraft.
NEW SAN FRANCISCO ROUTE
EARLY LAUNCH FOR BOSTON ROUTE
ADDITIONAL FLIGHTS TO LOS ANGELES
Norwegian CEO Bjørn Kjos said: “Launching the UK’s cheapest flight to San Francisco is a great addition as our low-cost transatlantic plans continue to grow. From the East Coast to the West Coast, our ground-breaking flights are creating a new market for low-cost travel to America. We look forward to adding San Francisco to our network from London Gatwick as we continue our exciting plans for UK growth.”
Gatwick Chief Commercial Officer Guy Stephenson said: “We are delighted to see Norwegian’s continued growth at Gatwick now including the UK’s cheapest flights to San Francisco. Passenger demand at Gatwick for low cost long-haul routes speaks for itself – with Norwegian’s Boston route starting two months early in March 2016 and Los Angeles increasing to five-times weekly.
“With 12 new long-haul routes starting in 2016, adding to the over 220 destinations that the airport serves, Gatwick continues to reflect the requirements of our travellers providing them with more choice, better value and a greater variety of destinations.”
New San Francisco schedule:
|Departs London Gatwick||Arrives San Francisco (Oakland)|
Updated Los Angeles schedule:
|Departs London Gatwick||Arrives Los Angeles|
Updated Boston schedule:
|Departs London Gatwick||Arrives Boston Logan|
Norwegian is now the third largest airline at London Gatwick, offering a total of 29 flights to Europe and seven long-haul flights to the US and Caribbean. More than 350,000 passengers have flown transatlantic with Norwegian since the long-haul network was launched in July 2014.
Source:- Norwegian Airlines
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