Good news from Norwegian again. The airline is launching cheap flights to two more US cities.
You’ll be able to fly from Gatwick for the first time in 10 years to Seattle and Denver for just £199 one-way from September.
Europe’s third largest low-cost carrier will operate a year-round service from Gatwick to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from September 17.
A twice-weekly service to Denver will operate from September 16 on Tuesday and Saturday and increase to a three times a week in the winter with an additional Thursday departure.
Passengers will fly on the state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, which offers up to 344 seats in two cabins economy and Premium, where fares start from £600.
Norwegian boss Thomas Amdahl said: “Our new Seattle and Denver routes reflect the huge consumer demand on both sides of the Atlantic for quality affordable long-haul travel.
“With our USA flights over 90 per cent full, we are excited to add Seattle to our growing list of US destinations while breaking the monopoly on UK flights to Denver.”
Guy Stephenson, boss of Gatwick, added: “Denver repeatedly scores top for quality of life in the US, experiences more sunshine than Miami and is the gateway to the great outdoors including the Rocky Mountains. Seattle too is famous for its coastline and lush evergreen forests and has a thriving cultural scene that offers a wide choice of theatres and galleries.”