This Low-cost Airline Has $149 Flights to London, Paris, Rome, and More — When to Book

Norse Atlantic Airways is celebrating its anniversary with a fare sale.

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Low-cost airline Norse Atlantic Airways is turning two, and celebrating its milestone anniversary with one-way flights to Europe starting at just $149.

The promotional fares, which must be booked by June 18, are available for travel from September through March 2025, Norse Atlantic shared with Travel + Leisure. The sale is also subject to blackout dates, which vary by destination.

“We are incredibly proud to celebrate our second anniversary and reflect on the milestones we have achieved in such a short time,” Bjorn Tore Larsen, the CEO and founder of Norse Atlantic Airways, said in a statement shared with T+L. “This special fare promotion is our way of saying thank you to our passengers who have supported us and helped us grow. We look forward to welcoming even more travelers on board and continuing to provide … exceptional service.”

For just $149, travelers can fly from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to London, Paris, Berlin, Rome, or Athens, or fly from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to London, Paris, or Oslo for the same price. Travelers can also fly from Florida as part of the sale, with flights from Miami International Airport (MIA) starting at just $149 to both Oslo and London, and flights from Orlando International Airport (MCO) starting at just $149 to London.

Norse Atlantic was first founded in 2021 and launched flights in the spring of 2022. Since then it has grown to boast a fleet of 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. The carrier offers a bare-bones model where travelers in Economy Light, for example, are allowed to bring a small bag to fit under the seat in front of them, but do not receive a carry-on or checked bag in the cost of their ticket. Travelers in Economy Classic are welcome to both a carry-on and checked bag at no extra cost and receive an onboard meal with their ticket.

Passengers can choose between two cabins: economy and Norse Premium, which features a 43-inch seat pitch and a 12 inch recline.

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