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Promoted 01-01-2017 by Corwin at 11:36 PM View Original Post
Norwegian Air for their New Year's Sale offers One Way Flights from Select US Cities to Europe from $139 or to The French Caribbean from $49. Thanks serra

Note: Book by January 4, 2017.

Departure cities:
  • New York (JFK)
  • Boston (BOS)
  • Baltimore / Washington (BWI)
  • Fort Lauderdale/Miami (FLL)
  • Orlando (MCO)
  • Los Angeles (LAX)
  • Oakland / San Francisco (OAK)
  • Las Vegas (LAS)
Example arrival cities:
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Oslo, Norway
  • Paris, France
  • Stockholm, Sweden
Example flight offers:
  • From New York (JFK) to Stockholm, Sweden on Friday January 20, 2017 $139
  • From Boston (BOS) to Guadeloupe, The Caribbean on Sunday January 15, 2017 $49

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Edited January 1, 2017 at 07:11 AM by annie930ny
Norwegian Air, a long-haul low-cost air carrier, launched their New Year's sale from various US Cities (JFK BOS BWI MCO FLL LAX OAK LAS) to Europe from $139 one way or the French Caribbean from $49 one way.

View deal and availability here [norwegian.com]

Book by: Jan 4, 2017

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Last Edited by buzzy January 3, 2017 at 03:29 PM
Return legs may be considerably more expensive; this is often caused by high departure taxes of the foreign country.

Read the reviews of "Norwegian" Air before buying, so you know what to expect.

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The thought of an airline wireing a customer thousands of dollars over and above the refund of their ticket cost because of flight issues is like dogs and cats sleeping together.
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Thank the EU for passing these laws. The US is way to business friendly to enact tough customer protection laws.
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I've had two experiences with them. First time was when they were quite new and had a much smaller fleet. I paid $1,100 for 4 tickets from Oakland to Paris via Oslo in July which seemed like a great bargain. Our flight had rolling mechanical delays and was delayed 3 days. We cancelled and got a full refund and were fortunate to find award space on American instead. I wrote to them and asked for compensation and they wired $2,800 additional to the refund and gave us 8 free roundtrip flights, although it took them 6 months to offer this.

My second experience was great. I flew from Oakland to Stockholm. Took a regular sized carry on suitcase for free, took my chances with seating and took a bag of snacks and a refillable water bottle and some scotch minis. Everything was on time and the aircraft was comfortable.

In summary, their product is fine... just know that if there are operational problems, you could be delayed a long time, although this seems to happen very rarely these days.
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What's the general consensus about Norwegian Air? Does the low price cause headaches?
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YES - they are causing fits for the established carriers such as American & Delta who rely on the high $$ margins for transatlantic routes. I haven't flown NAS (yet) but probably would for personal/holiday travel if the price was right. Note that they do change for bag fees at their lowest fare class, so you need to factor that in to the total cost. I would read reviews on FlyerTalk if you are considering them.
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this is the source that i use for customer reviews http://www.airlinequality.com/air...norwegian/
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What's the general consensus about Norwegian Air? Does the low price cause headaches?
I've had two experiences with them. First time was when they were quite new and had a much smaller fleet. I paid $1,100 for 4 tickets from Oakland to Paris via Oslo in July which seemed like a great bargain. Our flight had rolling mechanical delays and was delayed 3 days. We cancelled and got a full refund and were fortunate to find award space on American instead. I wrote to them and asked for compensation and they wired $2,800 additional to the refund and gave us 8 free roundtrip flights, although it took them 6 months to offer this.

My second experience was great. I flew from Oakland to Stockholm. Took a regular sized carry on suitcase for free, took my chances with seating and took a bag of snacks and a refillable water bottle and some scotch minis. Everything was on time and the aircraft was comfortable.

In summary, their product is fine... just know that if there are operational problems, you could be delayed a long time, although this seems to happen very rarely these days.
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I flew with them from Amsterdam to Copenhagen in October and had no problem whatsoever. You do have to pay extra for seating or have them randomly assign to you. Baggage fees aren't that bad considering everything is already pretty cheap. It was a quick and smooth flight.
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I've had two experiences with them. First time was when they were quite new and had a much smaller fleet. I paid $1,100 for 4 tickets from Oakland to Paris via Oslo in July which seemed like a great bargain. Our flight had rolling mechanical delays and was delayed 3 days. We cancelled and got a full refund and were fortunate to find award space on American instead. I wrote to them and asked for compensation and they wired $2,800 additional to the refund and gave us 8 free roundtrip flights, although it took them 6 months to offer this.

My second experience was great. I flew from Oakland to Stockholm. Took a regular sized carry on suitcase for free, took my chances with seating and took a bag of snacks and a refillable water bottle and some scotch minis. Everything was on time and the aircraft was comfortable.

In summary, their product is fine... just know that if there are operational problems, you could be delayed a long time, although this seems to happen very rarely these days.
The thought of an airline wireing a customer thousands of dollars over and above the refund of their ticket cost because of flight issues is like dogs and cats sleeping together.
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The thought of an airline wireing a customer thousands of dollars over and above the refund of their ticket cost because of flight issues is like dogs and cats sleeping together.
It really shouldn't bother you. Rules are in place requiring compensation over and above ticket costs for several years now when delays are not weather-related and duration of delay is significant. My entire group of six received $900 cash each from Air France a few summers ago because we were bumped from our return flight to NYC. One night in Paris (smirk) was worth $5,400 in compensation.
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It really shouldn't bother you. Rules are in place requiring compensation over and above ticket costs for several years now when delays are not weather-related and duration of delay is significant. My entire group of six received $900 cash each from Air France a few summers ago because we were bumped from our return flight to NYC. One night in Paris (smirk) was worth $5,400 in compensation.
Oh, I wasn't aware of that. It's rare to see rules enacted that actually pro-consumer.
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Return flight to Caribbean is not 49. 119 to 800.
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Make sure to consider total cost if you plan on checking bags....it gets pricey. They also charge to reserve seats and for meals. Of course you can choose none of those, and then it's a great deal.
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Oh, I wasn't aware of that. It's rare to see rules enacted that actually pro-consumer.
Thank the EU for passing these laws. The US is way to business friendly to enact tough customer protection laws.
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Took a regular sized carry on suitcase for free, took my chances with seating and took a bag of snacks and a refillable water bottle.
I hope you didn't use the lav sink to fill up that bottle!
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