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Norwegian Black Friday: Direct return flight to Rio £323 / New York £229 / Boston £217 OR One way from Boston to London £79 or San Fran' £96
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Norwegian Black Friday: Direct return flight to Rio £323 / New York £229 / Boston £217 OR One way from Boston to London £79 or San Fran' £96

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Posted 28th Nov 2019

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Some decent prices but not groundbreaking. Various dates available until the 28/03/20 for all routes, with each flight departing from London Gatwick (apart from the one way flights which depart from various American locations). The one way flights may be useful for those doing round the world trips or those who are visiting family for a sustained period. All prices are based on hand luggage only. The sale ends on Monday at midnight.
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9 Comments
Aren't they about to go bust?
I’ve flown with them several times. Always fantastic. New aircraft great facilities and nice crew. Heat from me
Rebelutionary128/11/2019 11:59

Aren't they about to go bust?


Yeah they've been 'about' to go bust for 2 years now, pay on your credit card for peace of mind.
And don't look at their share price, for peace of mind.
They still in business?
Flew premium to New York this summer with Norwegian. Great Dreamliner aircraft and the seats were way better than other premium economy offerings, more like a business class seat. However, the drinks selection was poor, only soft drinks, (crap) beer and (crap) wine available included in the cost. Spirits were chargeable extra. Snacks also chargeable, although pretty much everything was out of stock. Neat to be able to order drinks and duty free from your seat monitor. In Flight Entertainment was a bit lacking, not many new films. I'm currently tracking flights to California for next summer and Virgin & BA are coming out cheaper for their premium economy at the moment.
We flew Premium to Chicago in May this year, we ended up flying with a 'partner' airline and it was a terrible experience (old plane, poor food, terrible in-flight entertainment and surly cabin crew). It would take a lot of convincing for me to use them again ( we received some compensation, but I would have rather had a good flight). We previously flew with them in 2017 and it was fantastic experience, so the contrast was stark.
If it's a dreamliner you are in for a great flight. Just be absolutely sure you are not shoved to a secondary airline. But I think their fleet is back to full service now. Worth a online chat to customer service to be sure.

It was the 787 engine problem that almost bankrupted them but think they are through the worst...but I'm no business gurut!

I have flown 4 times to USA with NA, loved it, couldn't get a Dreamliner this year, booked Virgin as they offered one only for it to be swapped out for a old Boeing. I was not impressed and got worthless Virgin points as compensation.

For me, the newness of the aircraft is everything. I don't care if they are out of peanuts!
Big.Save!!28/11/2019 12:11

Yeah they've been 'about' to go bust for 2 years now, pay on your credit …Yeah they've been 'about' to go bust for 2 years now, pay on your credit card for peace of mind.


Won't really help if you've paid for hotels and your only option is to pay for another flight which is double the price so make sure your budget can accommodate.
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