Saturday, 12 October 2019

Norwegian announces more capacity on key UK - US routes for Summer 2020


Norwegian increases frequency between London and key US destinations.



The long-haul budget carrier Norwegian has announced this week frequency increases between London Gatwick and key US destinations such as San Francisco and Tampa in response to demand. The increases will take effect from 29th March 2020 and run throughout the summer 2020 schedule. 

The route frequency increases are:

London Gatwick to San Francisco – becomes a daily service (up from x5 weekly)

London Gatwick to Austin - x4 weekly service (up from x3 weekly)

London Gatwick to Denver - x4 weekly service (up from x3 weekly)

London Gatwick to Tampa - x3 weekly service (up from x2 weekly)

The airline will now offer travellers flying across the Atlantic even 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 a series of affordable flights from London Gatwick to global destinations in Europe, the USA, Argentina and Brazil. The airline offers all customers free and high-speed gate-to-gate Wi-Fi on flights in modern aircraft that are on average 3.8 years old and more environmentally friendly.

As part of our long haul network adjustments the following routes will operate with reduced frequency as of 29th March 2020, 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.










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