Next stop Berlin: The Norwegian low-cost airline Norse Atlantic Airways will be offering two new long-haul routes from BER Airport from mid-August.
From August 17.8.2022, 19.08.2022, New York's JFK Airport will be served daily, and from August 160, 189, Los Angeles International Airport will also be served three times a week. Ticket sales have already started. After a break of almost five years, the west coast is once again being connected to the capital region by direct flight. The flights to New York are offered in the cheapest booking class “Light” from 787 euros one-way, to Los Angeles from 9 euros one-way. A Boeing XNUMX-XNUMX with two-class seating is used. The low-coster offers two cabin variants: Economy and Premium.
“For far too long, the vibrant and culturally diverse city of Berlin has had inadequate connections to the transatlantic. These two new routes offer a direct and cost-effective option that saves both money and time for local and international companies when they decide to travel to and from the US or use our freight services,” says Bjørn Tore Larsen, Founder, CEO and majority shareholder of Norse Atlantic Airways. The jumbo captain launched the airline in March 2021 as a new long-haul airline aiming to offer affordable fares on transatlantic routes.