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Norwegian 3 hours flash sale

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It starts tomorrow (Wednesday) at 10am. I thought it is worth to post it,personally I'm looking for the flight from London to Bergen and there is no many "cheap" options on this route. good luck…
It starts tomorrow (Wednesday) at 10am. I thought it is worth to post it,personally I'm looking for the flight from London to Bergen and there is no many "cheap" options on this route. good luck…
Rino125p Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago92 Comments
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Just got back from tenerife with norwegian, brand new plane also booked exit row at a no extra cost than normal seat prices and free wifi and ontime both ways .
cromarty
panddda
daanuk
Just returned from Boston having flown Norwegian for £199 return p/p. First time I've used them and absolutely won'rt be the last. Great planes, nice staff and decent enough legroom on the route we flew.
I've just booked Norwegian to Boston for next New Year, 29th Dec for a week, back in time for school. Came in at £1150 for a family of 4, and paid £200ish extra for legroom seats both ways, can't see that being much cheaper in any sale but I'll be gutted if it goes down, £199 is ace!
Any recommendations for Boston (bearing in kind we'll have 9 & 13yr olds with us)?
Went in August with 9 & 12 year olds. Freedom trail good - climb the Bunker Hill monument great views from the top. The T metro is good and cheap (free for under 12) and if you get day tickets inner ferries are included.
One money saving tip on arrival at Logan take the SL1 bus which is free and drops you in the subway beyond the ticket barriers. So you can get downtown from the airport free. Almost nowhere else in the world is that possible.

Thanks for that tip - we were going to book car hire on arrival, but with an easy and cheap transfer then I've gone for the first 3 nights in central Boston instead, and will pick the car up and head out to Great Wolf after that.
Beware that Norwegian have cancelled flights while passengers in the departure lounge left stranded abroad.
TheOak
I booked flights to fort lauderdale yesterday, I'm really hoping they arent in the sale now :|

mntada
I would love to visit Tromso again - Thanks for the heads up!
I loved Tromso in the winter to see the Northern Lights, would love to go back in the summer to experience 24 hour daylight.
waterloo
Nobody knows what prices or routes are going to be and it's voted hot oO
My quote above 24hrs earlier (_;)
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Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65.00 - Several Dates 2017 - Norwegian Air

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Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65 , several dates available. Someone expired one before, though it wasn't. I appreciate it's not for everyone but it might help someone. Dates I've tried…
Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65 , several dates available. Someone expired one before, though it wasn't. I appreciate it's not for everyone but it might help someone. Dates I've tried…
MancboyChris Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago22 Comments
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mocmocamoc
Can anyone comment on the airline? Don't mind paying for a few extras when it's this cheap, however Gatwick is a fair way for me and would add some costs negating some of the savings.

Have flown with them a couple of times. Similar to flying with Ryanair or Easyjet. All on board entertainment was in Norwegian, wifi hardly worked, and even though paid in Euros for a drink of tea, the change was given in Krone.
sheesh that cheap, think there will be deals like that in march/apr/may?
nice2bnice
mocmocamoc
Can anyone comment on the airline? Don't mind paying for a few extras when it's this cheap, however Gatwick is a fair way for me and would add some costs negating some of the savings.
I've flown with them a couple of times and they were great. Plenty of seat room, free wifi, really nice cabin crew and very generous hand luggage allowance. Only downside limited range of food on board to purchase and quite expensive. I wouldn't hesitate in booking with them again - go for it :)
i agree they were great no issues x
the thing that people seem to be missing is, you cannot enter the usa unless you have a return ticket, so pretty useless unless you are a us citizen
How relevant is one way? :)
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Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65.00 20th March 17 NORWEGIAN AIR

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Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65 20th March 17 - Plus free Wifi onboard I believe. Flying the Dreamliner, decent if you are already over there. The outbound are triple the price, though.
Boston, USA - Gatwick, UK - One Way - £65 20th March 17 - Plus free Wifi onboard I believe. Flying the Dreamliner, decent if you are already over there. The outbound are triple the price, though.
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https://s27.postimg.org/etp4hv38j/Untitled.pngimage free hosting

Still available.

Edited By: MancboyChris on Jan 13, 2017 14:25
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Confirmed still there and need unexpiring..

Never could get those pics to upload :-(


Edited By: generationz on Jan 13, 2017 14:11
crazymonkey
BlackSkyuk
Deal gone, cheapest now £134.
Maybe because everyone is trying to escape Trump :)

Trump is still better than Brexit. So there is not much where to escape :)
BlackSkyuk
Deal gone, cheapest now £134.
No it isn't gone, its still there, £65 on 20th March, also other dates in Jan & Feb are the same price, I wish people would check properly before expiring these deals.
BlackSkyuk
Deal gone, cheapest now £134.

Maybe because everyone is trying to escape Trump :)
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Norwegian Air flight sales. Gatwick to Boston return £199.30

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London Gatwick (LGW) to Boston (BOS) £199.30 per person flying either 27th Jan – 5th Feb or 5th Feb – 12th Feb Loads of other dates available for slightly more. Flights are on the Dreamliner plan…
London Gatwick (LGW) to Boston (BOS) £199.30 per person flying either 27th Jan – 5th Feb or 5th Feb – 12th Feb Loads of other dates available for slightly more. Flights are on the Dreamliner plan…
KellyDawson Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago46 Comments
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I have booked 2 flights for October for £250 each, direct and on Dreamliner! absolutely brilliant price.
Some of the comments on TripAdvisor don't read too well but for the price what do people expect. Bargain in my book!
Only been with Norwegian for short haul flights. No major issues any time, certainly better in-flight features such as WiFi and TV.
£200 to fly to Boston...I didn;t know they even had an airport in Lincolnshire..
Just booked a flight with Norwegian from Gatwick direct to Oakland (just north of San Francisco) for £330 return. The times are good and the fact that it's direct are great bonuses to an amazing price. That's the lowest fare with only cabin luggage, no meal, or assigned seating. It's on the dreamliner so hoping that yields all the benefits it claims of reduced fatigue and headaches because of cabin pressure and filtering.
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Florida in Feb for 2 weeks for 2 adults &. 2 children £1,110.14

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Norwegian air are a fab low cost airline. We have travelled with them before and they have brand new Dreamliners, which are fab planes... And the cost they save in fuel they pass on to customers. Gatw…
Norwegian air are a fab low cost airline. We have travelled with them before and they have brand new Dreamliners, which are fab planes... And the cost they save in fuel they pass on to customers. Gatw…
Laura3848 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago89 Comments
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There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.
Have you ever actually been to the US, or do you just take what gets shared by your facebook friends as gospel?
He's a tool troll of the highest magnitude. If he is serious, a deluded lefty, bitter that his world view is rejected by people who can afford to go to Florida. Don't give him the time of day.

Enough of that - no need to be so unpleasant. Please disagree with what I say but don't attack me personally for having an opinion. My 'world view' is rejected by some and shared by others, and the great thing about having views is that we're all allowed to have different opinions. Also, please don't project your beliefs onto me. Attack my 'world view' by all means, but don't get personal. It's just not needed. Take your own advice and don't give me the time of day if you don't like what I say.
mistertad111
edward2910
There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.
Have you ever actually been to the US, or do you just take what gets shared by your facebook friends as gospel?
He's a tool troll of the highest magnitude. If he is serious, a deluded lefty, bitter that his world view is rejected by people who can afford to go to Florida. Don't give him the time of day.
edward2910
There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.

Have you ever actually been to the US, or do you just take what gets shared by your facebook friends as gospel?
deeky
edward2910
umirza85
edward2910
marty153
edward2910
There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.
So did you vote hot?
I didn't vote, as I realise that some people might like holidaying in Florida and didn't want to influence the count, but give me Scandinavia or Baltic country every time, or Central or Eastern Europe. Or India, China or even Australia.
So why are you even in here if you would rather vacation anywhere else. Stop wasting everyones time.
Quite right! Imagine me posting in here and forcing you and everyone else to read it, wasting your time. And not even just wasting your time by forcing you to read it but also wasting your time by forcing you to reply.
I am so sorry. I expect that Florida will be a wonderful place for you to visit. I somehow feel that you will fit in nicely.
Nice, sly slur at everyone who likes Florida. Well done.

Not terribly 'sly' really - I was quite upfront and open in what I said. Nor was it a 'slur' on the people who choose to holiday there. It was an open, upfront 'slur' on some of the republicans who live in Florida.
edward2910
umirza85
edward2910
marty153
edward2910
There are many Republicans in Florida, so expect to be treated with suspicion. Lots of orange people will greet you with fake smiles and tell you to have a nice day as they take your money in return for vast plates of unhealthy sugars and fats disguised as food. You will hear constant refrains of 'Let's make America great again', and you will see more American flags than wealthy black people. The poverty will mainly be hidden, but scratch the surface and it's there, along with the racism and xenophobia. Americans are among the most brain-washed people on earth, but they will constantly tell you about their right to free speech and to bear arms. Guns are everywhere, and even that sweet old apple-pie gran'ma has a semi-automatic in her handbag. She might live in a gated community with other face-lifted white oldies, but she needs (yes needs!) her gun in case the government tries to seize control of her massive fridge and walk in wardrobe full of dresses that she has worn once. She hates communists and socialists and believes in wall building, free markets, no benefits, no universal health care, and in racial and cultural puritanism. She doesn't want to be within 20 feet of a poor person or a black person, and the police are happy to help her out. Even the poorest beggars believe in the American dream, which simply puts the blame for one's poverty firmly on the individual. So, there are some of the exciting things you can look out for in Florida when you go on vacation. Check out gun crime before you go.
So did you vote hot?
I didn't vote, as I realise that some people might like holidaying in Florida and didn't want to influence the count, but give me Scandinavia or Baltic country every time, or Central or Eastern Europe. Or India, China or even Australia.
So why are you even in here if you would rather vacation anywhere else. Stop wasting everyones time.
Quite right! Imagine me posting in here and forcing you and everyone else to read it, wasting your time. And not even just wasting your time by forcing you to read it but also wasting your time by forcing you to reply.
I am so sorry. I expect that Florida will be a wonderful place for you to visit. I somehow feel that you will fit in nicely.

Nice, sly slur at everyone who likes Florida. Well done.
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Boston USA direct return flight - norwegian air £275.00

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12 nights london to boston return flight. sept 11 - sept 23 norwegian air. perfect for a road trip with mates. bargain!!!!
12 nights london to boston return flight. sept 11 - sept 23 norwegian air. perfect for a road trip with mates. bargain!!!!
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blowbrown
KrispiiDuck
blowbrown
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superjack
Great price, but check the accommodation prices first- they were outrageously high when we looked in May for the Thomas cook deal
I bought the £200 thomas cook flights in May, amazing deal that included luggage, then checked hotel prices... the HI Boston hostel was pretty good though.
You are better staying in one of the towns around Boston and getting the train into the city. We stayed in a lovely hotel in Concord on our last trip. The hotel was a fraction of the price of the city centre ones. From memory I think the train ride was around 30 mins into Boston City Centre.
Would you mind sharing the name of the hotel please?
We stayed in the Best Western in Concord. We got two rooms for the price of one similar quality room in Boston. The BW had a lovely pool and a great breakfast buffet in with the price. This was a couple of years back so I'm guessing the prices will have hiked a bit with the poor £ to $ exchange rate at present.

Appreciated - thanks !
KrispiiDuck
blowbrown
SaltyCDogg
superjack
Great price, but check the accommodation prices first- they were outrageously high when we looked in May for the Thomas cook deal
I bought the £200 thomas cook flights in May, amazing deal that included luggage, then checked hotel prices... the HI Boston hostel was pretty good though.
You are better staying in one of the towns around Boston and getting the train into the city. We stayed in a lovely hotel in Concord on our last trip. The hotel was a fraction of the price of the city centre ones. From memory I think the train ride was around 30 mins into Boston City Centre.
Would you mind sharing the name of the hotel please?
We stayed in the Best Western in Concord. We got two rooms for the price of one similar quality room in Boston. The BW had a lovely pool and a great breakfast buffet in with the price. This was a couple of years back so I'm guessing the prices will have hiked a bit with the poor £ to $ exchange rate at present.
blowbrown
SaltyCDogg
superjack
Great price, but check the accommodation prices first- they were outrageously high when we looked in May for the Thomas cook deal
I bought the £200 thomas cook flights in May, amazing deal that included luggage, then checked hotel prices... the HI Boston hostel was pretty good though.
You are better staying in one of the towns around Boston and getting the train into the city. We stayed in a lovely hotel in Concord on our last trip. The hotel was a fraction of the price of the city centre ones. From memory I think the train ride was around 30 mins into Boston City Centre.

Would you mind sharing the name of the hotel please?
Boston > NYC
Not that great. This is actually pricey considering it's Boston. Especially when you take no baggage into consideration, works out more expensive than standard pricing on another airline.
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Flights to Europe from £60.00 and cheap flights to the US @ Norwegian air

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Norwegian has announced plans to launch flights from Britain to the US for less than £60 – reducing its current prices by more than 50 percent. The $69 (£56) one-way fares, which will start in summer
Norwegian has announced plans to launch flights from Britain to the US for less than £60 – reducing its current prices by more than 50 percent. The $69 (£56) one-way fares, which will start in summer
darkfoot Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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Interesting info op. Not sure it can be classed as a deal till it's live though.
Still good to know there is genuine competition coming....... it's a good bargain heads up, which if often voted HOT on HUKD! (thinking when Black Friday deals are due, etc). Heat from me x
So this is an 'announcement' then? No deals here.
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GATWICK - JFK Return Flight Feb 2017 plus other dates @ Norweigian air shuttle £334.30

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Outbound London-Gatwick - New York-John F Kennedy Wednesday 15. Feb 2017 17:10 Terminal: S Flight DY7015 - LowFare 1 Adult£179.00 Return New York-John F Kennedy - London-Gatwick
Outbound London-Gatwick - New York-John F Kennedy Wednesday 15. Feb 2017 17:10 Terminal: S Flight DY7015 - LowFare 1 Adult£179.00 Return New York-John F Kennedy - London-Gatwick
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Got tickets in June with virgin from Manchester for 350 return, better weather and better airline for a bit more.

When you consider how much hotels cost saving 10-20 quid here or there isn't worth it
Virgin allow 23kg for the hold baggage.
Voted hot as it's the cheapest for those dates. As a comparison, for the same dates you can fly Virgin from Heathrow with 20kg hold baggage, hand baggage, get a meal etc for £372. Of course, if you don't need those extras Norwegian is the way to go. The fare allows 10kg cabin luggage and a small bag. Probably flying the same aircraft for both airlines, the, 787-9.
Valiantcat
This is with Norwegian Air.


​Yea so? Are you anti-norweigian?
This is with Norwegian Air.
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London-Gatwick - New York-John F Kennedy flights Norwegian air shuttle direct half term £179.00

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London-Gatwick New York-John F Kennedy Direct Duration: 8h 20m The 787 Dreamliner
London-Gatwick New York-John F Kennedy Direct Duration: 8h 20m The 787 Dreamliner
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Cold. Virgin is cheaper return. Plus you get luggage, food (they feed you a lot on that route!), free seating reservation if you're a flying club member and fly from Heathrow which is easier to get for most of the country!

Edited By: Biioniic11 on Jan 03, 2017 14:01
Lol why put the one way price in to make it look better. We obviously need return tickets too
You can get cheap return flights to New York from Oslo. Ryanair flights only like £20 return from Stansted. Not for everyone I know but just a heads up.
chriscundall
buyer beware November 2015, 3 hours 7 minutes delayed outbound December 2016 4 hours 50 minutes delayed inbound home wouldn't fly with them again


That's great! I like delays - you can get money back if that's airlines fault
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Bose QuietComfort QC35 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones - £255.00 in Norwegian Air's in-flight shop

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Just flown back from Copenhagen with Norwegian and noticed that their in-flight shopping brochure for Winter 2016/17 lists the Bose QC35s at £255. Admittedly this isn't the best price that's been s…
Just flown back from Copenhagen with Norwegian and noticed that their in-flight shopping brochure for Winter 2016/17 lists the Bose QC35s at £255. Admittedly this isn't the best price that's been s…
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Good deal
i cant find the amazon £244 deal mentioned above.. can someone share a link.. i was so hoping the price of this Qc 35 comes down on boxing day but seems it wont :(
You would have to pay me £255 to fly Norwegian Air again. Took their shuttle route from JFK to LHR and they put the AC on full before asking you to buy a blanket.
All ready posted
AR2012
It was cheaper in amazon It at £244 ~ without having to get a flight to purchase it.
OK, I've just seen the Amazon IT deal - since it's still available, then you're correct that that is a better deal.
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UPDATE: Flights to Boston from London-Gatwick 23.1 -30.1) from £199.30 return!!! Flights to Oakland - San Francisco from London-Gatwick - return £274.30(2 - 9.2.17 low fare) @ norwegian.com

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UPDATE: lot of terms available in february, march and april also Puerto Rico - San Juan from London Gatwick £149 each way New York-John F Kennedy from London-Gatwick £149.99 each way too UPDA…
UPDATE: lot of terms available in february, march and april also Puerto Rico - San Juan from London Gatwick £149 each way New York-John F Kennedy from London-Gatwick £149.99 each way too UPDA…
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Silly Spanky Me!! HOT HOT HOT !!
woldranger
SirSpanky
woldranger
I flew back from Oakland with them a week ago. Excellent service and a brand new Dreamliner plane. You also get 20 x 20g of hold luggage and 10kg of hand luggage.
Not at the prices quoted here ('LowFare'), you need to pay an extra £50 each way for luggage (only 1x 20kg) and meals!
I didn't say that my luggage entitlement was the same as for this deal. Who gives a sh*t about the "meals" on a plane? In most situations you'd be better off just taking a sandwich on the plane with you than the rubbery rubbish you get with most airlines.

Well you made it sound like it bud, no point getting ya knickers in a twist over it though, you'll be fine.
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woldranger
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woldranger
I flew back from Oakland with them a week ago. Excellent service and a brand new Dreamliner plane. You also get 20 x 20g of hold luggage and 10kg of hand luggage.
Not at the prices quoted here ('LowFare'), you need to pay an extra £50 each way for luggage (only 1x 20kg) and meals!
I didn't say that my luggage entitlement was the same as for this deal. Who gives a sh*t about the "meals" on a plane? In most situations you'd be better off just taking a sandwich on the plane with you than the rubbery rubbish you get with most airlines.


​I'd normally agree about airline food, but this is an 11 hour flight remember! Bit more than packing a few sandwiches for a Ryanair flight to France...
woldranger
hoggs
where can I get this Gold luggage you speak of? :-)


​Gold?


​yep, Gold. check a few comments up. Gold I tell ya!
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Black Friday Norwegian Airlines 30/30% off flights eg New York £280.10 @ Norweigan

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Use the low price calendar to search for the lowest price and enter the code into the 'campaign code' area. *Up to 30 % discount on all flights using campaign code: BLACKFRIDAY16. Book by 22:59 PM
Use the low price calendar to search for the lowest price and enter the code into the 'campaign code' area. *Up to 30 % discount on all flights using campaign code: BLACKFRIDAY16. Book by 22:59 PM
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Link is to a cruise travel agent
FIXED. thanks.

Edited By: jamsammy99 on Nov 25, 2016 09:49: Amended
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Cheap flights to Gran Canaria from Manchester during the Christmas break. £70.00 quid return for an adult @ Norwegian air

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I was looking for flights to Gran Canaria on the 23rd of Dec returning on the 28th. An adult return from London was about 230 quid but booking a flight from Manchester cost me just 70 quid return!…
I was looking for flights to Gran Canaria on the 23rd of Dec returning on the 28th. An adult return from London was about 230 quid but booking a flight from Manchester cost me just 70 quid return!…
msubbu33 Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago14 Comments
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poppi1200
any cheap hotels?Please
Apologies on the delay. I do not have info on cheap acco unfortunately.
Thank you
poppi1200
any cheap hotels?Please
Apologies on the delay. I do not have info on cheap acco unfortunately.
dewonderful
chocci
There aren't any flights on the 28th from GC
This is correct. OP - how did you manage to get a flight on the 28th when there are no flights on 28th with Norwegian? Deal sounds like heat-seeking if you ask me (_;)
I did not add Norwegian air to the title! Someone else did! My tickets were Norwegian Air one way and Ryanair the other way. Hope this clarifies.
That is the reason why I added the Google search URL as the link to the deal.
Same price flying with Ryanair from Bristol to Gran Canaria flying out on 20th Dec and returning on New Years Eve.
WOW.... great price.... Thanks for sharing
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Flights London to Los Angeles Return norwegian Air £338.00

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Norwegian Airlines are flying to Los Angeles from London from £338 return in January and February 2017. This is basic economy and is £438 with baggage, but still an excellent deal. Other flight…
Norwegian Airlines are flying to Los Angeles from London from £338 return in January and February 2017. This is basic economy and is £438 with baggage, but still an excellent deal. Other flight…
martymoose Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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SKyscanner showing deals around £320, cold
I flew from London to NY and then returned from Miami in Sept last year and was totally shocked by how good the flight/service was. I fully expected it to be bad given the tickets were £200 less than the next cheapest but the plane was brand new, service was great - I'd definitely do it again
benjenkins
davester2k
They are a fairly awful airline. Wouldn't fancy a long haul flight with them. The most worrying part would be they don't have enough capacity to get you home quickly if something goes awry with scheduling.
What a **** accusation. I flew with NA to LAX earlier this year and the flight was fantastic. Brilliant airline and great planes.

They are brilliant until they let you down. Their customer service is shocking. As I say, I wouldn't trust them on a long route where they have little capacity. If your flight back from the USA is cancelled you could be in for a hell of a long wait compared to a non-budget operator who would be able to find a seat for you via partner airlines or the like.
spannerzone
pretty good, they have WiFi onboard too if I recall

Unfortunately Norwegian doesn't have WiFi on their long haul trans-Atlantic flights (source, scroll to the bottom)
Don't know why these budget airlines always get voted hot. This is not a good deal considering you get no food/drink onboard or baggage.




Edited By: KM4353 on Sep 29, 2016 06:42
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Bose QC25 Noise Cancelling Headphones £179.00 on Norwegian airlines

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See page 19 of the linked PDF. I realise this may the hardest to obtain deal I have ever posted but since we have an active deal for Norwegian flights this seemed like a good time to post this.
See page 19 of the linked PDF. I realise this may the hardest to obtain deal I have ever posted but since we have an active deal for Norwegian flights this seemed like a good time to post this.
jamesdew Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago16 Comments
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Publix
Love my QC25s - I just use them for noise cancel - wear my preferred in ears under them.
Works for me.<3


That is pure genius!
casablancas
leobella
I am flying Norwegian air next week ,but I have 20 pairs of high end headphones already and just doing a quick web search you can get these for £200 new on various sites so saving £20 is not enoughof a saving to temp me.

Picture of the x20 lined up...


Second this
leobella
I am flying Norwegian air next week ,but I have 20 pairs of high end headphones already and just doing a quick web search you can get these for £200 new on various sites so saving £20 is not enoughof a saving to temp me.

How on earth do you chose which ones to choose?
leobella
I am flying Norwegian air next week ,but I have 20 pairs of high end headphones already and just doing a quick web search you can get these for £200 new on various sites so saving £20 is not enoughof a saving to temp me.

Picture of the x20 lined up...
I am flying Norwegian air next week ,but I have 20 pairs of high end headphones already and just doing a quick web search you can get these for £200 new on various sites so saving £20 is not enoughof a saving to temp me.
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Flight sale @ Norwegian Air eg New York Return from £272 / Boston Return from £230 / Norway from £59 Return & many more

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Loads and loads of flights on sale, various airports. Including New York, Boston, Berlin, Florida, Poland, Berlin, Croatia, Sweden, Italy, Greece, Austria & more Examples
Loads and loads of flights on sale, various airports. Including New York, Boston, Berlin, Florida, Poland, Berlin, Croatia, Sweden, Italy, Greece, Austria & more Examples
goonertillidie Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago43 Comments
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Flew to NYC with them last January and was great.

You can easy carry a weeks worth of clothes in 10kg and im sure you can go 7 hrs without airline food or just bring sarnies.

People are too precious, they dont hide the fact they charge for extras.


​or maybe other people are different, try travelling with a baby and only hand luggage!
Flew to NYC with them last January and was great.

You can easy carry a weeks worth of clothes in 10kg and im sure you can go 7 hrs without airline food or just bring sarnies.

People are too precious, they dont hide the fact they charge for extras.
Thank you. Can I start by saying I have been using Norwegian airways for 2 years, they are fantastic, especially if you book a dreamliner. Thanks for posting this. Just booked my flights to Las VEGAS and LA all in one go. amazingly cheap.

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Sep 03, 2016 17:10: typo
poolman
davester2k
Awful airline if things go wrong.
I concur.
Knowing your flight has gone tech, then waiting 8 hours to cancel it (whilst people are actually stood in the check in queue) shows an incredible disdain for their customers. They refuse to acknowledge EC reg 261 either, meaning you'll need to go to court to retrieve costs. Google Norwegian Air compensation for some interesting reading, class actions etc.
You have been warned....



Sounds a bit like my one and only forever Jet2 experience.
poolman
I see Norwegian Air Customer service is alive and well this morning for once!!

That's the first and most recent article on google...there are plenty more if you care to look.....clearly some people think Norwegian are wonderful, so you won't.

Here's hoping that your flights are never cancelled or delayed due to 'extraordinary circumstances'.......



Google any airline in that way and you'll get the same result, a full page of customer complaints :) happy to be proven wrong :)
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return flights LGW to Santorini May 2017 £54.50 @ Norwegian Air

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bargain return flights to this beautiful Greek Island. this price is for a week departing 6th May 17 returning 13th May 17. weather should be pleasant at this time of year.
bargain return flights to this beautiful Greek Island. this price is for a week departing 6th May 17 returning 13th May 17. weather should be pleasant at this time of year.
Joetopps Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago19 Comments
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Now £85
Brilliant price and airline. Very tempted.
ferrarian
Bit too early to plan for next year!


Always good to have something to look forwards too and keep motivation going. I got three holidays booked up for next year, January, May (unfortunately although on a cruise visiting Santorini anyway) and October :)
Good find OP
Have some heat ;)
Stayed at the the Mill Houses in February, breakfast brought to your room, even in the pouring rain, class! :-)
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Direct Norwegian flights from London Gatwick to Las Vegas for £306.00 return

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Many dates between January and March 2017 for £306 return
Many dates between January and March 2017 for £306 return
soundlovers Avatar8m, 4w agoFound 8 months, 4 weeks ago22 Comments
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Hot, great deal.

Thank youuuuu!
Cheap flights but it will be cold
No it won't!
Cheap flights but it will be cold
Cheap flights but it will be cold
Not that cold! Me and the Missus was there Jan 4th for her bday. Lovely during the day, a jumper in the evenings. We stayed at Aria, in a suite, best hotel I've EVER stayed at!!
Where is OSL/ARN/CPH ? How do you find out to fly via certain destinations to get a cheaper flight? is it just trial and error? or is there some method/inside information to know how/which airports to fly to first before flying onto a given destination
Thanks
OSL = Oslo, ARN = Stockholm and CPH = Copenhapen. Just look at the low fare calendar on the Norwegian site. It's just trial and error, but you can scan through the whole year in a minute or two. Copenhagen is probably your best bet as easyjet / ryanair fly into that airport and not one miles away. One of the reasons they are cheaper is the lack of 70quid in UK air passenger duty! Just remember to allow plenty of time to change between flights
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April 2017/ Easter weekend departure return flights LGW to Corfu, Santorini from £59.00pp @ Norwegian

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Norwegian have been sneaking out some nice prices from for April flights Gatwick to Greece next year. I went for Corfu at £59 return each 23-30 April when things should be starting to warm up and m…
Norwegian have been sneaking out some nice prices from for April flights Gatwick to Greece next year. I went for Corfu at £59 return each 23-30 April when things should be starting to warm up and m…
deeboy Avatar9m, 6d agoFound 9 months, 6 days ago7 Comments
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Went to Kos October 2015.
Loved it and will deffo go back
chocci
Simes123
Just got back from a similar deal I booked last year to Santorini. Was pretty impressed with Norwegian - free wifi, decent flights and service. Think we paid less - £29 ea way for our May flights. The only grumble I had was that the flight times were decent when we booked, but they moved the schedules about 3 times for departure and arrival times until they were not so great. Santorini is a great island to visit - one of the nicest greek islands in terms of spectacular views. Not a "cheap" Greek island though - eating out was pricey compared to other Greek islands we've visited and hotel accommodation wasn't that cheap. I recommend the Fira Stefani and Oia areas as having the best/better views over the Caldera.
What's your favourite greek islands? We love crete, corfu was ok but hated rhodes.

I think Santorini - pretty villages, stunning views. We also enjoyed Kefalonia, though that was like Corfu was 30 years ago (in a good way) - much quieter, peaceful, less touristy. I enjoyed Rhodes but it was 28 years ago and we stayed in Lindos.
I loved corfu, but was in the middle of nowhere. A look on Google maps shows the place is now much bigger, guess it has been nearly 20 years!
Simes123
Just got back from a similar deal I booked last year to Santorini. Was pretty impressed with Norwegian - free wifi, decent flights and service. Think we paid less - £29 ea way for our May flights. The only grumble I had was that the flight times were decent when we booked, but they moved the schedules about 3 times for departure and arrival times until they were not so great. Santorini is a great island to visit - one of the nicest greek islands in terms of spectacular views. Not a "cheap" Greek island though - eating out was pricey compared to other Greek islands we've visited and hotel accommodation wasn't that cheap. I recommend the Fira Stefani and Oia areas as having the best/better views over the Caldera.
What's your favourite greek islands? We love crete, corfu was ok but hated rhodes.
Just got back from a similar deal I booked last year to Santorini. Was pretty impressed with Norwegian - free wifi, decent flights and service. Think we paid less - £29 ea way for our May flights. The only grumble I had was that the flight times were decent when we booked, but they moved the schedules about 3 times for departure and arrival times until they were not so great. Santorini is a great island to visit - one of the nicest greek islands in terms of spectacular views. Not a "cheap" Greek island though - eating out was pricey compared to other Greek islands we've visited and hotel accommodation wasn't that cheap. I recommend the Fira Stefani and Oia areas as having the best/better views over the Caldera.
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Gatwick- New York Feb 2017 £270.80 return Norwegian Air

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Sharing for those who like to book ahead. Norwegian have a number of flights to New York in February for £270.80 return. I used 8th Feb- 14th Feb as an example but alternatively you could use Google f…
Sharing for those who like to book ahead. Norwegian have a number of flights to New York in February for £270.80 return. I used 8th Feb- 14th Feb as an example but alternatively you could use Google f…
bexg4 Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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There are plenty of dates available so there may be other times on those dates :)

It seems its one flight a day so all the same time. TBH if you are staying in NY then the later flight is not too bad as you get to the hotel and sleep ready for the next day.
There are plenty of dates available so there may be other times on those dates :)
Is there anyway I could get an earlier departure time? Like early morning? That one says you wouldn't arrive until 9pm which is abit late for my liking.

Thanks