Norwegian Airlines has roundtrip flights from US to Europe for less than $400
Norwegian Airlines dubs itself as the world’s best low-cost long haul airline, and I have to say, upon reviewing their website, they have some pretty low prices.
In June of 2018, the airline added Tampa to its list of Floridian cities it flies out of. It also offers flights out of New York City, San Francisco, Miami, Chicago, Seattle, Denver and Fort Lauderdale to name a few.
Out of Tampa, the airline flies twice a week to London, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. In all, from Tampa, fliers can travel to 14 destinations, including to Portugal, Spain, Buenos Aires, Denmark, Greece, London, Oslo, and Croatia.
“We are excited to introduce another U.S. destination to our network. Tampa Bay will be a very popular destination amongst European traveler. Similarly, Europe is in high demand among Tampa Bay and Florida resident,” said Thomas Ramdahl, Norwegian’s Chief Commercial Officer, in a news release.
“The arrival of Norwegian Air is yet another example of the strength of our region. As our community continues to grow, the airport is growing with it. We expect this to be a very popular service, particularly for our British visitors, and we look forward to a great partnership with Norwegian in coming years,” said Tampa International Airport CEO Joe Lopano, in the news release.
I checked out flights for November, and found two good bargains from Tampa, and three out of New York City.
For a trip from Tampa to Barcelona Nov. 13-20, Norwegian flights start at $416.60. For a trip from Tampa to London, from Nov. 16-20, flights start at $419.80.
For a trip from New York City to Amsterdam, from Nov. 16-20, the flights start at $369.80 round trip. For a trip from New York City to Rome, from Nov. 17-20, the flights start at $429. 80. And for a trip from New York City, to London on Nov.16-20, the flights start at $334.
If you’re bringing a checked bag and want meals, add $200 to the total.
I haven't flown with them yet but I figured you may have received a tax refund or come into some money and want to plan an end of the year trip. So I figured I’d pass along the information. I’ll definitely have to check out their site when booking my next international flight.