Norwegian Flights to USA
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Flying with Norwegian to the USA
Since January 2021, Norwegian announced that they are suspending all trans-Atlantic flights to the US, namely New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Floria, etc. These flights were reaching London, Amsterdam, Paris, Oslo, Copenhagen and more in Europe.
As of April 2021, there is no other low-cost airline replacing Norwegian Air Shuttle, but it's worth mentioning that the Norwegian founder, Bjørn Tore Larsen, is creating a new airline in Norway called Norse Atlantic Airways.
Norse Atlantic Airways will be a long-haul low-cost airline flying to destinations in the US from Europe including London, Oslo, Paris, Los Angeles, Miami and New York. All sounds familiar?
Norse Atlantic Airways isn't the only excitement coming though, JetBlue is also launching a low-cost service from Boston to London in Summer 2021.
Read the section below for more information.
Where can I fly?
easyJet is flying from over 15 destinations to Malaga including many UK cities. Population routes include the following:
Air France is offering flights between New York, Boston, Houston, San Francisco, Paris, Lyon and many more connecting flights in Europe. As a member of SkyTeam, Air France has codeshare agreements with Delta, giving passengers even more options when flying with Air France.
British Airways offers passengers to fly between London, Manchester, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Florida, etc. It's also codeshared with American Airlines, their oneworld ally, for an extensive network.
Even though Virgin Atlantic isn't part of any airline alliances, it's a partner of Delta, Air France and KLM, meaning that it's got a global reach internationally and regionally. This partnership offers passengers the option to fly domestically on a connecting flight when they reach the USA/ in Europe.
Being an active member of the oneworld alliance, American Airlines is partnered with British Airways, so passengers in Europe can first fly to the UK and then get onboard an American Airlines flight to the USA. In its network, there are over 95 domestic destinations in the USA, so you can fly to pretty much everywhere!
Delta Air Lines
Delta is offering its customers many flight options from its partnerships with the SkyTeam airlines and its codeshare partners. The nine domestic hubs in America are serving as a gateway for passengers travelling from Europe to the US and connect to other US cities on their subsidiary airline Delta Connection.
How do I buy flights to the USA with Norwegian at Alternative Airlines?
Unfortunately, Norwegian has suspended its trans-Atlantic flights to the USA, but there are also many alternatives to choose from. Simply enter the departing and arriving airports on our search form and look for alternative airlines!
Which other airlines fly to/from the USA?
Other airlines that are flying to/from the USA are JetBlue, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, British Airways, Air France, KLM, Virgin Atlantic, Aer Lingus and many more.
Can I buy excess baggage on trans-Atlantic flights at Alternative Airlines?
Yes, you can! Excess baggage can be added to your booking during the booking process or by contacting our customer service team if you already have a booking with us.