Norwegian Air to Offer Non-Stop Flights to Rome from U.S.

By Paul Riegler on 31 May 2017
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IMG_5032 (1)Norwegian Air announced plans to offer flights to Rome from three U.S. cities starting later this year.

Rome will be the low-cost carrier’s 13th destination in Europe from the United States. It will begin to operate flights to Barcelona next month and already provides service to a number of cities in Europe, including London, Paris, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm, from multiple cities in the United States.

The Oslo-based carrier will launch service from Newark Liberty International Airport to Leonardo Da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport in Rome on November 9 that will operate four times a week through early February, at which point it will expand service to six times per week. Twice-weekly service from Los Angeles International Airport to Fiumicino will start two days later on November 11 and will switch to thrice weekly in February. Twice-weekly flights to Rome from Oakland International Airport in the San Francisco Bay Area will start on February 8, 2018.

The airline is offering one-way fares to Rome at prices as low as $189 in coach and $539 in the Premium cabin.

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