Norwegian Air Shuttle – New York ($491) / Fort Lauderdale ($585) – London, England. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

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Norwegian Air Shuttle, a low cost carrier of Norway is announcing nonstop service from New York and Fort Lauderdale to London’s Gatwick airport for travel starting next July. And with it, there are some really good prices.

We are posting this despite it being over 6 cents per mile because it will be unlikely that Summer fares to Europe are this inexpensive anytime soon without Norwegian entering the market.

Here’s what we found:

  • New York – $491
  • Fort Lauderdale – $585
London, England. Photo: TJ Morris, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

London, England. Photo: TJ Morris, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Sample Travel Date:

  • Sample from New York City
  • July 12th – 17th

Fare Availability:

  • Availability for travel starting July, 2014

How to Search for Availability:

  • Use the Low Fare Calendar on Norwegian.com to see the best fares.

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Routing:

  • JFK – LGW (London – Gatwick Airport) – JFK

Mileage:

  • 6,939 miles or 7.0 cents per mile. This does not earn miles anywhere.

How to Buy:

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  • Currency:  British Pound (GBP). $1USD = 0.62GBP

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6 Responses to "Norwegian Air Shuttle – New York ($491) / Fort Lauderdale ($585) – London, England. Roundtrip, including all Taxes"

  1. KR says:

    What’s the best way to take advantage of this if you want to also visit other cities in Europe, specifically Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam? Is it best to purchase a one-way fare to LGW and then use miles to get home from Brussels or Amsterdam? Or is it worth it to purchase a round-trip ticket, travel back to London from Brussels/Amsterdam at the end of a trip, and then fly home from LGW? Thanks for your help!

    • TFD says:

      @KR, use skyscanner.net to check for low cost carrier options within Europe.

      • KR says:

        @TFD, thanks–I don’t think I worded my question well. What I meant to ask is–do you think the round-trip deal is so good that it’s worth traveling all the way back to London from, say Amsterdam, at the end of a trip to get home? Or is it generally better to use miles/buy another one-way ticket to get home directly from Amsterdam–and avoid the extra trip back to London?

        Option 1
        Buy round-trip ticket: JFK- LGW-Paris-Brussels-Amsterdam-LGW-JFK

        or

        Buy one-way and figure out how to get home from Amsterdam: JFK-LGW-Paris-Brussels-Amsterdam-JFK

        • TFD says:

          @KR – While Norwegian allows for one-way int’l fare purchases, the challenge is that you might not find mileage availability coming back from EU. If you can’t, it would negate any savings as int’l fares with traditional carriers are priced as roundtrips while their one-ways are usually more expensive than a roundtrip.

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