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Norse Atlantic Airways: Roundtrip Airfare Flight: NY (JFK) to Oslo Norway (OSL)

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$774.00
(Travel Aug-Oct 2023; Select Dates)
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Fly Norse (via Norse Atlantic Airways) is offering Roundtrip Airfare Flight: New York, NY (JFK) to Oslo Norway (OSL) on sale for ~$278 listed below. Travel must be done in August-October 2023 on select/available dates only.

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Note, this is a nonstop flight and pricing/flight availability may vary depending on selected dates. Economy Light comes with one underseat bag w/ changeable for fee

Travel Availability
  • Departs JFK:
    • Aug 14, 21, 23, 28, 30
    • Sept 1, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27
    • Oct 11, 13, 16, 18, 20, 23
  • Returns:
    • Aug 31
    • Sept 5, 7, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28
    • Oct 5, 7, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26

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  • Offer will be operated by Norse Atlantic Airways AS; a low-cost, long-haul airline based in Norway
  • Additional options will be available to pay for other cabins and/or baggage(s) during the course of checkout, including meal services
  • Pricing/flight dates may vary depending on time schedule/availability
  • Major VISA, Mastercard & Amex is accepted as forms of payment
  • Offer valid while promotional price/flight schedule/time last
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super nice round trip airfare!

Norse Atlantic Airways, a low-cost, long-haul airline based in Norway have round trip airfares travelling from New York (JFK) to Oslo Norway (OSL) for $278, nonstop. This is a low-cost airline so your low airfare is basic which includes only a personal item. There will be options to pay for other cabins and/or baggage(s) during the course of checkout, including meal service.

Travel Availability:
Departs JFK: Aug 14, 21, 23, 28, 30; Sept 1, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27; Oct 11, 13, 16, 18, 20, 23
Returns: Aug 31; Sept 5, 7, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 26, 28; Oct 5, 7, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26
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Yes and maybe and no. It really depends on your situation. I've taken Norwegian (their predecessor) numerous times and thought it was perfectly serviceable. I'm a fairly durable traveler though.

Some context: Norse is a reincarnation of Norwegian, which stopped flying long haul during the pandemic. (Norwegian still flies intra-Europe short haul.) In the recent past, a former exec of Norwegian bought some of their long-haul aircraft (or their leases) and along with PLAY et al., we now have transatlantic LCC flying again. Smilie They fly fairly new 787s and had a pretty sizable operation in the before-times.

Norse uses an LCC model, not too unlike Spirit or Ryanair. "Low Cost Carrier" is a bit of a misnomer: it doesn't mean their fares are necessarily cheap, it means their business model relies on a la carte pricing. (Arguably, LCCs should be called ALCCs.) Depending on what you need/want in your flying experience, you add those extras on after buying just your base ticket, which is just a randomized seat and a personal item like a backpack. Extras would be things like a check-in bag, a rollerboard carry-on (the kind that goes in the overhead bin), a seat assignment, food&drink, amongst others.

In the case of Norse (and the former Norwegian long haul operation), a very decent IFE with a good selection is included, as well as about the same seat pitch as the legacy carriers (31-32"). I think there's a USB plug and/or regular 120V socket too. To be clear, their seats are about the same as a typical legacy carrier Economy experience crossing the Atlantic. (Look up pictures on the interweb of each.) This is not Spirit's seats. And I've experienced far shittier IFEs on United's older planes. Frown

So how does this differ from a Basic Economy (barebones, lowest) fare on a legacy like United or Delta? On the legacies you'll probably get free food&drink, and a free rollerboard carry-on. Quite certain everything else is the same (e.g. you must pay for a checked bag, but the prices vary per carrier). A legacy should also offer better recovery during a delay or cancellation.

So, yes, this is a good deal if: you can travel quite light (just a personal item like a backpack), can bring your own sandwich onboard or aren't bothered by buying some overpriced food&drink, and want to go to Scandinavia. A relaxed- and adventurous-attitude towards rare-but-possible delays/cancellations or other trip obstacles is good too.

This is maybe a good deal if: you also need a rollerboard carry-on in addition to your personal item. Or if you want to head elsewhere in Europe, as you'll have to build in the cost/hassle of additional buses/trains/flights.

This probably isn't a good deal if: you also need checked luggage, definitely want an Econ-style meal on board, and are traveling with other people and definitely need to sit together. All those extras need to be paid for, and it might end up being cheaper and simpler to buy a Basic Economy ticket on a legacy carrier.

Fwiw, I also hesitate to recommend this for anyone's first intl trip, when there's already a lot of other stuff to acclimate to (language, currency, customs, food, etc); second or third trip… sure.

Ultimately do the math for your dates and situation, and see what works for you personally. Do your research first so you know what to expect (technically this should be done for anything) and you'll have a much better chance of a happy trip. Happy Travels!
Say what you want but their whole fleet is 787 Dreamliners so basically all new aircraft. Probably my favorite to fly in also. Heck of a deal imho.
Great deal. All you need is the flight into Europe and the rest of the continental travel is dirt cheap

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The latest Intl House Hunters episode was in Oslo, if you want to check it out!
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Trying to see if this is actually a good deal or not I dont see any comments on here!! Normally you will see pages of comments.
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Is it like flying frontier
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seems like the deal is available even outside those dates. I see availability for next month in february for $278 round trip
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Quote from Nattefrost :
Is it like flying frontier
They literally use Spirit for US connecting flights...🤣
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Say what you want but their whole fleet is 787 Dreamliners so basically all new aircraft. Probably my favorite to fly in also. Heck of a deal imho.
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Great deal. All you need is the flight into Europe and the rest of the continental travel is dirt cheap
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What to do in Osla?
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Nice planes, poor gate experience but I had two flights at 250-300 rt. $774 regular is joke, right?
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Quote from ImmiSJC :
What to do in Osla?
Oslo. Go to fjords, nice museums and historic places, trails ... I'd go once more in Summer. Or take a dirty cheap flight to Berlin or Gdansk for cheap food and clubs
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At least your herniated disc and DVT will be treated for free once you arrive!

Kidding. This is phenomenal for Scandinavia in summertime. Save your pennies for…everything else you'll spend money on there. It's a whopping 7-8 hours on a plane out of a week or more, so most people can suck it up. If I were a solo traveler this would be a no-brainer. Wish we had deals like this when I was 20 or 22…
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Do bags get expensive after booking? How much more expensive? I see 70 for a check in at the time of booking.
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What to do in Osla?
Experience 140% inflation.. The $13 burger at McDonalds.
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