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Norwegian Air to fly Edinburgh Scotland to New York from summer 2017 from £60 each way

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Sounds like a deal , more press this week for what was announced last summer. Likely to fly into Newark, which to be honest is as easy to get to as jfk Read More
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5m, 3w agoPosted 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Sounds like a deal , more press this week for what was announced last summer.
Likely to fly into Newark, which to be honest is as easy to get to as jfk
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5m, 3w agoPosted 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
From 60£
banned 1 Like #2
Not in a million years is the £60 a standard ticket price X)X)
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MrScotchBonnet
Not in a million years is the £60 a standard ticket price X)X)
yeah its a bit cheap, 3 years since i last went ans we flew toronto overland to nyc and flew back newark (with lufthansa via germany) for £425, missus wont fly AA so limited choice from manchester without a long drive.
have family just outside edinburgh so even if it was £250 return still a good deal for me

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Dec 29, 2016 08:12
#4
A budget airline, but can never complain about their service and prices.
#5
I flew to LA with Norwegian for £78 back in the summer from Stockholm and then caught a £20 flight from LA to Arizona and spent a month over there. If you live in London you can fly to most Scandinavian countries for under a tenner anyway and take advantage of all of the Norwegian Air deals! :D
#6
The UK Government charge them more TAX than that price, so an odd price.
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Need to be a huge plane to fit Edinburgh in.
#9
From £60... That will be for a pet in the hold.
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MrScotchBonnet
Not in a million years is the £60 a standard ticket price X)X)


be like first 100 pay that then it will be 300+

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