Norwegian has announced frequency increases between London Gatwick and key US destinations such as San Francisco, Austin, Denver and Tampa.
The capacity increases will be effective from March 29, 2020 and run throughout the summer 2020 schedule. Fares from Gatwick to the US for summer 2020 are available from £155 one way and are available to book now on www.norwegian.com.
The airline has increased the frequency of services on routes including: London Gatwick to San Francisco from five services weekly to daily service; while London Gatwick to Austin and London Gatwick to Denver services increased to four weekly services from thrice weekly currently; and London Gatwick to Tampa increased to a thrice weekly service from twice weekly currently.
With the expansion, the airline now offers travellers flying across the Atlantic more choice when choosing their departure dates by offering over 75,000 extra seats on these specific routes during the summer 2020 schedule.
Matthew Wood, SVP Commercial at Norwegian said: ‘In line with our business strategy of moving from growth to profitability we are ensuring that we concentrate on key routes across our network where we see strong demand. These frequency adjustments ensure that our customers can have more choice when choosing their flights to the US at fares that remain affordable to all.’
Voted Skytrax Best Low-Cost Long-Haul airline, Norwegian operates flights from London Gatwick to global destinations in Europe, the USA, Argentina and Brazil. As part of its long haul network adjustments, as of March 29, 2020 Norwegian will reduce frequency on certain routes – Gatwick to Buenos Aires will become a five weekly service, Gatwick to Miami a six weekly service, Gatwick to Orlando a five weekly service and Gatwick to Rio De Janeiro a three weekly service, the airline said.
Norwegian carries almost six million UK passengers each year from London Gatwick, Edinburgh and Manchester Airports to 30 destinations worldwide. Norwegian is the only airline to offer free inflight WiFi on UK flights to more than 30 European destinations and 14 long-haul destinations. The airline has one of the youngest aircraft fleets in the world with an average age of 3.8 years, including next-generation Boeing 787 Dreamliner, Boeing 737 MAX and Boeing 737-800s.