It may be getting colder, but low-cost airline Norse Atlantic Airways is looking ahead to summer with a full schedule of budget-friendly flights between the United States and Europe.
The summer schedule, which was shared with Travel + Leisure this week, has one-way flights to London, Paris, Rome, and beyond starting at just $169. The flights take off from several major cities in the U.S., including Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington D.C.
“The early bird catches the flight,” Norse Atlantic wrote in a post on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter. “Summer 2024 flights are now available to book at flynorse.com. With flights from the US, London, Paris, Oslo, Berlin, and Rome…”
Flights from Boston to London Gatwick Airport and from New York to London start at just $169 one-way, while flights from New York to Paris and from Miami to London start at just $195 one-way. For just $10 more, travelers can fly from Washington D.C. to London, from Orlando to London, and from New York to Berlin, according to the airline.
Travelers can also splurge on flights from Los Angeles to either Oslo or Paris starting at just $279 one-way, or fly one-way from the California city to London starting at just $209.
The planned schedule includes bringing back several seasonal routes Norse Atlantic first launched last summer, including from cities like Washington D.C. and Boston to London, and between New York and Rome, which will start at just $259 one-way in 2024.
Norse Atlantic was founded in 2021 and has now grown to a fleet of 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. The carrier offers a bare-bones model where travelers in Economy Light, for example, are allowed to bring a small bag to fit under the seat in front of them, but do not receive a carry-on or checked bag in the cost of their ticket.
Travelers have a choice between two cabins: economy and premium, which features a 43-inch seat pitch.