Norwegian just can’t stop announcing new routes. The low-cost airline is launching the cheapest flights to Brazil from March 31 – £240 one way.
There will be four flights a week – Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday – from Gatwick to Rio de Janeiro and you can book now on www.norwegian.com/uk
Voted Skytrax 2018 World’s Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline, Norwegian now offers flights to 12 popular USA destinations and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Norwegian has also announced today that it is adding flights to San Fransisco and Miami as part of its summer long-haul programme replacing its existing flights to Fort Lauderdale and Oakland airports, from £174.90 one way. It will operate daily flights to Miami, up from four-weekly services to Fort Lauderdale last summer, and five-weekly services to San Francisco.
Fares to Rio cost from £239.90 one way or you can opt for Premium from £549.90. Premium is a great product with extra legroom, priority boarding and a complimentary three-course meal and drinks.
Outbound flights depart Gatwick at noon, arriving in Rio de Janeiro at 19:25, the inbound flights depart Rio at 22:25, arriving 13:35 at Gatwick.
Bjorn Kjos, boss at Norwegian, said: “We’re building on our expansive global network by launching the UK’s most affordable flights to Brazil and making South America available to even more consumers.
“Our new Rio de Janeiro route breaks the monopoly on direct flights between the UK and Brazil as we’re committed to lowering fares and making travel more affordable for all holidaymakers and business travellers.”
Stephen King, boss of Airline Relations at Gatwick, said of the increased American services: “The new Miami and San Francisco routes will fly passengers straight into the heart of two of America’s most iconic city destinations. In all, Norwegian will fly to 11 US destinations from Gatwick next summer, which gives passengers both tremendous choice and exceptional value as the airline offers some of the most competitive long-haul airfares around.”