Norwegian Air is expanding their routes out of the UK to the United States with new flights to both San Francisco and Miami, the company has confirmed.
The company, which has surged in popularity in recent years due to its low prices, will operate daily flights to Miami, up from four-weekly services to Fort Lauderdale last summer and five-weekly services to San Francisco.
The news comes off the back of the highly successful introduction of flights to both New York and Los Angeles which have proven a huge hit with customers. The new routes, which will be able from London Gatwick, are thought to start at prices in the region of £189 one-way.
Matthew Wood, senior vice president, commercial, at Norwegian said: “We are delighted to meet the strong demand for our transatlantic flights by announcing that Miami and San Francisco will join our summer 2019 flight schedule.
“By also increasing frequency on popular routes next summer, we will provide customers with more choice, smoother connections and exceptional value at affordable fares across Europe, the USA and South America.”
Gatwick airport head of airline relations Stephen King added: “These new Miami and San Francisco routes will fly passengers straight into the heart of two of America’s most iconic city destinations.
“In all, Norwegian will fly to 11 US destinations from Gatwick next summer, which gives passengers both tremendous choice and exceptional value as the airline offers some of the most competitive long-haul airfares around.”