Norwegian to Link Austin and Chicago with London, Boston and Oakland with Paris

By Jesse Sokolow on 5 July 2017
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IMG_5037 (1)Norwegian Air announced on Wednesday multiple new routes to London and Paris from the United States.

The low-cost carrier will add service from both Austin and Chicago to London Gatwick and from Boston and Oakland to Paris. It will also add Newark, New Jersey-Paris alongside its existing New York to Paris flights out of John F. Kennedy International Airport and add two more weekly flights to its Los Angeles-Paris service.

With these additions, the Oslo-based carrier will offer non-stop service from 15 cities in the United States to 13 European destinations.

Flights from Newark to Paris will begin on February 28, 2018, flights to London Gatwick from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport will start on March 27, 2018, while Chicago O’Hare-London will start two days earlier on March 25. Flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport from Oakland International Airport will start on April 10, 2018 and Boston-Paris will launch on May 2.

In May, Norwegian announced plans to offer flights to Rome from three U.S. cities starting later this year.

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