Throughout January, airlines repeatedly slashed fares to Europe, and those deals aren’t going away, just yet. Norse Atlantic offers discounted one-way flights to some of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations.
With this offer, you can fly to London, Paris, Berlin and Oslo, Norway from Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles and New York.
Travel dates largely depend on the itinerary and you must book your flight by February 1. Availability for certain routes and dates is also limited, so we recommend that you book this offer as soon as possible.
Basics of the offer
Airline company: Northern Atlantic.
Routes: Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles and New York have discounted routes to Berlin, London, Paris and Olso.
How to book: Directly on the Norse Atlantic website.
Travel dates: Usually February to June and August to October, but dates vary widely by route. Check the Norse Atlantic website for more details.
Book before: February 1st.
Examples of flights
If you live in Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles or New York, this offer offers great flexibility to plan a trip to some of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, given the wide range of travel dates.
Here are some notable Norse Atlantic flights (note that they are all one-way flights):
- From John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Oslo Airport (OSL), from $129.
- JFK to London Gatwick Airport (LGW), from $129.
- JFK to Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), from $149.
- Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) to OSL, from $149.
- FLL at Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER), from $149.
- Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to OSL, from $179.
These one-way fares to Europe are significantly reduced. However, it’s a little harder to find cheap return flights with this Norse Atlantic deal, especially to destinations like London and Paris. To find the best return deals, just play around with the dates on the Norse Atlantic fare calendar.
One of the cheapest round trip fares we found was from JFK to OSL at $277. Finding a cheap one-way flight was easy; Norse Atlantic had a number of days in March and April where fares started at $129.
However, return flights to JFK were more difficult as these fares tended to be much more expensive. We were still able to find a $150 fare for a return flight to JFK on April 29.
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These fares correspond to Norse Atlantic’s Economy Light fare, which does not come with many benefits. Passengers booking Economy Light fares receive a personal item only and can make changes to their ticket for a fee.
Fare does not include carry-on or checked baggage. You will therefore have to pay extra if you plan to take more luggage. Carry-on bags cost an additional $45 (one way) while a standard checked bag will cost $70 one way.
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At the end of the line
Flying to Europe from the United States can be an expensive undertaking, and this Norse Atlantic deal lets you visit Europe for less.
Finding a good deal on a return flight can be difficult. However, the prices are worth it if you can find dates that work for you.