Norwegian To Fly Transatlantic From Paris

Norwegian has announced plans for 3 new transatlantic routes from Paris (Charles de Gaulle) to New York, (John F. Kennedy), Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale, bolstering its position as one of Europe’s leading low cost carriers.

 

Paris (Charles de Gaulle) – New York (John F. Kennedy)

Beginning 29 July 2016, the airline will fly 4 times weekly to New York on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Flight DY 7019 takes off from Paris at 2015 hrs to arrive in New York at 2230 hrs. The return flight, DY 7020, is wheels up from the Big Apple at 2359 hrs and arrive back in the French capital at 1325 hrs the next day.

 

Paris (Charles de Gaulle) – Los Angeles

Los Angeles will be served twice weekly on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 30 July 2016, with flight DY 7097 departing Paris at 1530 hrs and landing at Los Angeles International Airport at 1815 hrs. The aircraft turns around to operate flight DY 7098, departing at 2015 hrs for a 1555 hrs landing at Charles de Gaulle Airport the next day.

 

Paris (Charles de Gaulle) – Fort Lauderdale

Starting 4 August 2016, Norwegian will also fly to Fort Lauderdale with a weekly flight on Thursdays. Flight DY 7047 will take off from Charles de Gaulle Airport at 1715 hrs for Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, where it arrives at 2100 hrs. On the return sector, flight DY 7048 departs Fort Lauderdale at 2300 hrs, landing back in Paris at 1340 hrs the next day.

 

The new nonstop services will add to Norwegian’s existing US routes from London, Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm. All flights will be operated by the carrier’s Boeing 787 Dreamliners, configured with 32 seats in Premium class and 259 in Economy.

 

For more information, visit www.norwegian.com.

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