Norwegian Air has announced the introduction of three European services from Boston Logan Airport as part of their aim to operate a full trans-Atlantic service. The low-cost flights will begin in May 2016, providing customers with further options on popular routes between the US and Europe.
Norwegian Air began offering flights from North America to Europe last year, and this will be the fifth destination the airline flies to. The flights out of Boston will connect passengers with London Gatwick, Copenhagen, and Oslo.
The airline has announced plans for low introductory rates, providing some of the cheapest trans-Atlantic fares around. However, these rates will only be available for a limited period of time on a restricted number of seats.
The addition of Boston to the Norwegian Air schedule provides an interesting new destination for city breaks. The low-cost fares and availability of reasonably priced vacation rentals in Boston make this a fantastic place to visit. The route will also provide a convenient and affordable option for business travelers.
The flights will use the airline’s new fleet of Boeing 787 Dreamliners. This will provide passengers with high quality facilities and modern entertainment systems, enabling them to fully relax on their journey to and from Boston.
The airline is looking at launching a full service between Europe and North America through a new Dublin hub. They are currently engaged in a fight with the US government over the issue of local labor laws.