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Published on : Friday, August 18, 2017
Low-cost airline Norwegian reveals the exciting new visitor attractions in Denver, Colorado and Seattle, Washington as the countdown begins to the airline’s two new USA routes launching at London Gatwick next month.
From Saturday 16 September, Norwegian will break the current monopoly on direct UK flights to Denver with a brand new two-weekly service, offering the only low-cost route from London to Denver with fares from £180. The following day on Sunday 17 September, the airline commences a new four weekly direct service to Seattle, offering £180 fares to connect London Gatwick with the Pacific Northwest. Both routes will be serviced by brand new Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft featuring high-quality economy and Premium cabins.
Denver – New hotels, new dinosaur exhibition and weekly craft beer collective
Denver perfectly combines city living with the great outdoors and has several new hotels and attractions ready to explore in time for Norwegian’s new flights.
Seattle – New food and cultural events and opening of Seattle’s largest hotel
With a thriving city, three national parks, dramatic Pacific coastline and cruise connections to Alaska, Seattle can appeal to Brits of all ages. The Emerald City also has a range of upcoming openings and events heading into 2018:
Thomas Ramdahl, Chief Commercial Officer at Norwegian said: “The countdown is now on to the launch of these exciting new routes to Denver and Seattle and with fares from £180, Brits have more affordable access than ever before to these iconic cities.
“Whether you’re seeking adventure in the mountains and evergreen forests or exploring urban life in these eclectic cities, we’re showing why Denver and Seattle are must-visits for your next American destination.”
Denver and Seattle become Norwegian’s eighth and ninth long-haul routes from Gatwick ahead of starting a new route to Singapore on 28 September followed by new services to Buenos Aires on 14 February, Chicago on 25 March and Austin on 27 March next year.
The airline was voted ‘World’s best low-cost long-haul airline’ for the third consecutive year and ‘Europe’s best low-cost airline’ at the SkyTrax World Airline Awards for the fifth year running.