Norse Atlantic Airways celebrated its inaugural direct flights from London Gatwick and Oslo to Miami, USA. The new services offer travellers an affordable way to escape the winter chill of Europe and enjoy the warmth of Miami and Southern Florida.
From London, Norse Atlantic Airways offers a new direct service to Miami, operating four times a week initially and increasing to five times a week during the peak winter season. Fares start from GBP 420 return, including taxes.
From Oslo, there is a new direct service to Miami, operating twice a week, with fares starting from NOK 5,530 return, including taxes.
Norse Atlantic Airways plans to add routes from Paris and Berlin to Miami in December, expanding its winter sun getaways.
The airline exclusively operates Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, providing passengers with a comfortable travel experience. The cabin includes a personal state-of-the-art entertainment system, and the Premium cabin offers an industry-leading 43″ seat pitch and 12″ recline for added comfort.
Norse Atlantic Airways offers two cabin choices: Economy and Premium, with different fare options to suit travelers’ preferences, including Light, Classic, and Flextra fares. Flextra fares come with additional benefits like a higher baggage allowance, enhanced airport and onboard experiences, and increased ticket flexibility.
Miami International Airport’s Director and CEO, Ralph Cutié, welcomed the new London Gatwick and Oslo routes, making Miami their seventh U.S. destination.