London as we know is one of the most traveled place if not one of the best. Just seeing pictures of London Eye, Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral and Buckingham Palace will really motivate you to book a flight. Yet these are just a few of the beautiful places in London.
Good thing Norwegian Air has operated new transatlantic flights with their 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. It offers 35 Premium seats with 19 inches of width and 46 inches of pitch in a 2-3-2 configuration. It also offers 309 economy seats with 17.2 inches of width and 31-32 inches of pitch in a 3-3-3 configuration.
A one-way ticket from either Denver or Seattle to London via Norwegian is currently $199, with premium cabins starting at just $839.
While $199 one-way fares might not be as sweet sounding as the carrier’s $65 one-way flights between the East Coast and Europe, there could still be plenty of deals to be found with these new low-cost fares.
Here’s the $199 routes to Europe:
Denver (DEN) to London (LGW)
Norwegian Air will launch its flight from Denver to London on September 16 with 2x weekly service on Tuesdays and Saturdays during the summer season and 3x weekly service with Thursdays as an additional beginning on November 2 for winter travel. This means more time to plan in advance for a summer trip or a winter escapade with family and friends.
Seattle (SEA)- London (LGW)
New flights for Seattle to London will be launched on September 17 with year-round 4x weekly service on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Here’s How to Book Norweigan $199 Flights
I’m finding flights starting later in 2017.
The best way to find the flight is to search using the “low fair calendar”.
Keep scrolling through the months until you find the $199 flights.