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Los Angeles to Paris RT non stop fares in Norwegian from $373

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Norwegian Airline offers round trip non stop fares from Los Angeles(LAX) to Paris(CDG) for $373~$421. To & Fro tickets can be booked separately directly in https://www.norwegian.com/us/​ [norwegian.com]

Sample Dates (Jan-May)
Depart LAX May 7 --- Depart CDG May 15
Depart LAX Apr 30 --- Depart CDG May 8
Depart LAX Apr 16,21 --- Depart CDG Apr 24,29
Depart LAX Mar 2-4, 10,18 --- Depart CDG Mar 10-12, 16,24
Depart LAX Feb 23-25 --- Depart CDG Mar 2-4
Depart LAX Feb 2,12,17-19 --- Depart CDG 10,20,25-27
Depart LAX Jan 25 --- Depart CDG Feb 2

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I loved flying with Norwegian to CDG. Spring for the exits row with the savings.
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I loved flying with Norwegian to CDG. Spring for the exits row with the savings.
Great. Did you visit Paris during Mar-May ?
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I appreciate these airfare deals for non-stop flights to Europe. Keep them coming!
Norwegian is one of the best airlines I flew with: the schedule never changed even when booking 10 months ahead, the plane was clean, seat relatively comfortable, entertainment was great.
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Skip Skyscanner, and use Norwegian's [norwegian.com] own calendar of low fares [norwegian.com] instead, to eliminate the middleman.
Btw, Skyscanner shows $450 for May travel now.
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Be careful with booking a flight 5-6 months away. Norwegian is on the verge of bankruptcy [cntraveler.com]
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Skip Skyscanner, and use Norwegian's [norwegian.com] own calendar of low fares [norwegian.com] instead, to eliminate the middleman.
Btw, Skyscanner shows $450 for May travel now.
I tried the same way. But price drops below $400 only if 2 tickets are booked separately
Can't able to understand logic behind this
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Be careful with booking a flight 5-6 months away. Norwegian is on the verge of bankruptcy [cntraveler.com]
Frown Another Thomas Cook story
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Be careful with booking a flight 5-6 months away. Norwegian is on the verge of bankruptcy [cntraveler.com]
Thanks for the article, I wasn't aware Norwegian was in trouble. Interestingly, the article [cntraveler.com] linked to it claims that under the Federal Fair Credit Reporting act, if you paid with a credit card and the airline doesn't fly, you're entitled to a refund.

It goes on to say "This works best if you use your credit card to book directly with the airline. "
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Thanks for the article, I wasn't aware Norwegian was in trouble. Interestingly, the article [cntraveler.com] linked to it claims that under the Federal Fair Credit Reporting act, if you paid with a credit card and the airline doesn't fly, you're entitled to a refund.

It goes on to say "This works best if you use your credit card to book directly with the airline. "
Yes, you'll get a refund, but it could cause a lot of hassle if they go under before your trip. Depending on how soon your flight is, trying to rebook could be very expensive.
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Yes, you'll get a refund, but it could cause a lot of hassle if they go under before your trip. Depending on how soon your flight is, trying to rebook could be very expensive.
Sure, airlines can go bankrupt, volcanos can errupt and cause flights to be grounded, airplanes can crash... If I took into account all the bad things that might happen, I'd never travel anywhere Stick Out Tongue
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Sure, airlines can go bankrupt, volcanos can errupt and cause flights to be grounded, airplanes can crash... If I took into account all the bad things that might happen, I'd never travel anywhere https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ies/tongue.gif
You could pay a little more and choose a carrier with less risk of bankruptcy.
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Flew Norwegian out of CDG in October. Norwegian is great, the passport line out of CDG is the worst thing EVER! We arrived at the airport three hours before departure and we literally had to run to our gate. Luckily we had checked bags and the plane could not leave without us. We were not the only ones... So many people missed flights that day.

Looking at comments online, this was not an isolated incedent. Fly norwegian, but get to the airport early.
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Flew Norwegian out of CDG in October. Norwegian is great, the passport line out of CDG is the worst thing EVER! We arrived at the airport three hours before departure and we literally had to run to our gate. Luckily we had checked bags and the plane could not leave without us. We were not the only ones... So many people missed flights that day.

Looking at comments online, this was not an isolated incedent. Fly norwegian, but get to the airport early.
I wasn't aware they couldn't leave without you if you had checked bags. My assumption is they still could if you're not at the gate on time, otherwise MIA passengers can hold up a whole plane.
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You could pay a little more and choose a carrier with less risk of bankruptcy.
I have essentially only 2 choices when flying non-stop LAX to Paris and LAX to Rome: Norwegian and Alitalia. I went Alitalia last time and it was terrible. Old planes that are grimy, headrests don't work, etc. Norwegian I haven't taken yet, but plan to on my next trip. I like they have 787 Dreamliners, but they do nickel-and-dime you compared to Alitalia.
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