Budget Airline Offer Nyc-London Flights For $161
Flights between John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York City and London’s Gatwick Airport (LGW) will begin to be offered by Norse Atlantic Airways, a new company that provides low-cost flights between Europe and the United States, for as little as $161 one way. JFK is located in New York City, and LGW is located in London.
Beginning on the 12th of August, the airline will begin offering a daily service between Gatwick and JFK, with departures from London at 13:00 and arrivals in New York at 15:55 local time. The aircraft that takes passengers back to New York will take off at 17:55 and land at Gatwick at 06:20 the following day.
Passengers may get to Victoria Station in less than half an hour by taking a train from the airport, despite the fact that the airport is located 45.5 kilometers south of the city center.
London Luton Airport, London Heathrow Airport, and London Stansted Airport are the city’s additional airports. When it comes to connecting flights to destinations around Europe, London is by far the most convenient location to visit.
The JFK Airport is the airport that serves as the last stop for all aircraft that originate in or terminate in New York City.
Customers now have an affordable option that enables them to book a last-minute trip or a holiday of a lifetime with an airline that offers choice and flexibility, as stated by Bjorn Tore Larsen, the Chief Executive Officer of Norse Atlantic Airways. “We are very pleased to now be able to welcome customers looking to book great value flights between London Gatwick and New York JFK.”
Both the local tourist industry and local companies will profit from the advent of economical point-to-point flights between Europe and the United States that will be offered by Norse Atlantic Airways. He continued by saying that “not only do we make direct investments in the nations that we operate in by hiring local personnel, but we also encourage the development of jobs within the larger tourist and service sector.”
Tickets for the route start at $322.17 for a return and can be purchased right now on flynorse.com. The route will be serviced by Norse Atlantic’s B787 Dreamliner aircraft.
On its B787s, Norse Atlantic will provide a two-class configuration with economy and premium seating options. Seat pitches of 43 inches and reclines of 12 inches will be available in the premium seating options.
There are three different types of ticket prices available: light, classic, and plus. The plus ticket provides “the maximum luggage allowance, two meal services, an upgraded airport and aboard experience, and additional ticket flexibility.”