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Norwegian Air - Great Fall Deal From US to Ireland or UK from $89 OW - Book by Sept 6, 2017

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Norwegian Air has a 'Great Fall Deal' [norwegian.com] going on where there are over 200,000 seats alloted for low one-way airfres from the US to International destinations starting at $89. However, keep in mind that Norwegian Air is a long-haul, low-cost air carrier. There are fees for carry-ons, checked bags and seat assignments. Review their optional & baggage fees to make sure you're okay with it.

Returning airfare will not be the same. It'd cost more and the cost depends on destination, date and flight. If you are trying to score the lowest priced-ticket possible, book two one-way tickets separately. You may or may not save at least $20 from what I've seen.

Outbound travel, book using this link [norwegian.com]

Returns to the US, book using this link [norwegian.com]

Book by Sept 6, 2017
Travel September thru March 2018

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Norwegian has great fairs but fly at your own risk. Their planes are older and require maintainance but since they are discount they do not have extra planes when there is an issue. Once your flight is cancelled you are screwed as they will keep you at the airport for up to 72 hours and then tell you sorry. They are the worst. Happened to me and cost me nearly 2x much to book an immediate ticket for my vacation. If timing is not important go for it. If timing is critical then avoid at all costs! You are warned. Happens several times a month at LAX
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Norwegian has great fairs but fly at your own risk. Their planes are older and require maintainance but since they are discount they do not have extra planes when there is an issue. Once your flight is cancelled you are screwed as they will keep you at the airport for up to 72 hours and then tell you sorry. They are the worst. Happened to me and cost me nearly 2x much to book an immediate ticket for my vacation. If timing is not important go for it. If timing is critical then avoid at all costs! You are warned. Happens several times a month at LAX
I've used them several times. Had a few delays, but never that extreme. I believe they also have one of the youngest fleet of airplanes in the industry. They fly mostly 787s and 737-800 and MAX.
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Norwegian has great fairs but fly at your own risk. Their planes are older and require maintainance but since they are discount they do not have extra planes when there is an issue. Once your flight is cancelled you are screwed as they will keep you at the airport for up to 72 hours and then tell you sorry. They are the worst. Happened to me and cost me nearly 2x much to book an immediate ticket for my vacation. If timing is not important go for it. If timing is critical then avoid at all costs! You are warned. Happens several times a month at LAX
I've flown them several times, never a problem. Their planes are actually very new.
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Yes, most discount airlines actually have very young fleets, so its not the age that's the problem its their route network and lack of extra plans, combined with no interlining. Basically, Norwegian or any other discount airline doesn't have 'extra' planes sitting around so if there's any reason for a delay (maintenance, weather, security, etc) it's very hard for them to recover on the routes affected. They just have to cancel the flights until the plane can get back into service.

I've flown these guys several times in Europe (not transatlantic yet) and found them to be quite fine and transparent if you book at their website on what everything will cost and what is and what is not included. Wow Air (who I just flew roundtrip to Iceland) is very similar in that it has $69 fares to Europe, coming back is considerably more but I could still find flights for around $220 roundtrip.
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