Norwegian Air Shuttle plans to sell one-way tickets between U.S. and Europe starting at $65, according to an airline news release.
The low-cost carrier will launch 38 weekly flights of 10 new routes this summer. Flights will depart from Stewart International Airport in New Windsor, New York, T.F. Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island; and Bradley International Airport near Hartford, Connecticut.
Travelers will have the option of flying to Dublin, Ireland; Belfast, Northern Ireland; Cork, Shannon; or Edinburgh, Scotland.
“Our new, non-stop service will enable tens of thousands of new travelers to fly between the continents much more affordably. Norwegian’s latest transatlantic offering is not only great news for the traveling public, but also for the local U.S, Irish and UK economies, as we will bring more tourists that will increase spending, supporting thousands of local jobs,” said Norwegian CEO Bjorn Kjos.
Though tickets are start at $65, round-trip fares will be closer to $300. The price does not include food, so passengers will have the option of purchasing meals on board.
For more information, visit norwegian.com.