Airline to offer more year-round direct flights to the USA from Edinburgh than any other carrier
Low-cost airline Norwegian is launching a series of new transatlantic flights, offering direct low-cost travel from the Scottish capital to the USA for the first time from just £69.
From this summer, Norwegian will offer more year-round direct flights to the USA from Edinburgh than any other carrier.
Fourteen new direct flights on three never before seen routes will depart Edinburgh every week on the brand new Boeing 737 MAX for the greater New York, Boston and New England areas at unmatched fares.
The flights will serve smaller US airports which offer good access into Boston, New York and New England but carry significantly lower landing charges, allowing Norwegian to offer some truly affordable fares that will allow as many people as possible to fly.
Daily direct services to Stewart, New York
From 15 June, Norwegian will launch a daily service to Stewart International Airport, which is conveniently situated in New York state, under 90 minutes away from the Big Apple.
The UK’s only direct services to Providence, Rhode Island
From 16 June, Norwegian will launch the UK’s only direct flights to Providence, Rhode Island giving passengers easy access into greater Boston and the historic heartland of the USA. See airport factsheet here.
Norwegian will operate x4 weekly flights to Providence (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun)
The UK’s only direct services to Hartford, Connecticut
From 17 June, Norwegian will launch the UK’s only direct link to Hartford, Connecticut with three direct weekly flights to Bradley International Airport, which is New England’s second largest gateway.
Norwegian will operate x3 weekly flights to Bradley International Airport (Tue, Thu, Sat)