Norwegian to Link Paris with New York, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale

By Jesse Sokolow on 18 February 2016
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Los Angeles International Airport

Norwegian Air Shuttle announced that it plans to launch three new routes between Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and the United States on July 29.

On that date, the carrier will begin four weekly flights to New York’s John F. Kennedy international Airport. Twice weekly service to Los Angeles International Airport will begin the following day. The airline will then commence once-weekly service between the French capital and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida on August 4.

The airline will operate the new flights using Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, equipped with 32 seats in premium economy and 259 seats in economy. Premium economy-class seats are 19” wide and have a pitch of 46”.

Additionally, the airline plans to launch other routes between Europe and the U.S. this year, including Boston-London on March 27, Boston-Oslo on April 2, Oakland-London on May 12, and Boston-Copenhagen on May 17.

Norwegian currently offers 38 non-stop routes from the United States to Europe. The carrier currently operates service to five Scandinavian destinations from Paris Orly International Airport.

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