Norwegian Launches Flights from JFK to Paris Today

Jul 28, 2016

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Back in February, Norwegian shared the details of several new flights between the US and Europe. The airline’s 4x weekly New York (JFK) to Paris (CDG) service begins late tonight, followed by twice weekly service from Los Angeles (LAX) to Paris service beginning July 30 and once weekly flight from Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Paris beginning August 4.

Norwegian’s been selling these flights already for a long time, and we have seen plenty of great fares from all three cities to Paris. All of these transatlantic flights will be operated by Norwegian’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner which also offers the carrier’s Premium Cabin that comes along with extra perks such as a wider seat with more recline, complimentary beverages and meals, lounge access (depending on route), free seat selection at booking and two free checked bags.

For ultra-low-cost tickets, wait until the late fall and early winter, when we’re seeing fares from just $347 round-trip in economy. If you book in Norwegian Krone (select “Norge” as the language at the bottom right of Norwegian’s homepage), the same ticket can be purchased for just $321 (2,744 NOK).

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New York (JFK) to Paris (CDG) for $347 round-trip.

Norwegian provides reliable, comfortable and very affordable trips across the pond — perfect for travelers who want to explore Europe’s most popular cities at a significantly reduced cost. Hopefully the airline can continue to add more transatlantic destinations from US cities in the near future.

Is anyone flying Norwegian’s new flights to Paris from the US?

 

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