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Norwegian Air $65 flights from northeast (PVD/SWF/BDL) to Ireland

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It's finally here, transatlantic flights from the northeast to europe for the price of a bad night out at Chili's.

Limited smaller airports: check
Limited timeframe (mostly summer flights, some year-round): check
No frills airline where everything extra is extra: naturally
Slickdealers making up most of the flight's passengers: priceless

https://www.norwegian.com/us/booking/

USA Today article [usatoday.com]

Providence

Edinburgh: Begins June 16; four weekly flights in the summer, two during the winter.

Belfast: Begins July 1; Two weekly flights during summer. No wintertime service.

Cork: Begins July 1: Three weekly flights during summer, two during winter.

Dublin: Begins July 2: Five weekly flights during summer, three during winter.

Shannon: Begins July 3: Two weekly flights year-round.

Newburgh/Stewart International, N.Y.

Edinburgh: Begins June 15: One daily round-trip flight, year-round.

Belfast: Begins July 1; Three weekly flights during summer, two during winter.

Dublin: Begins July 1: Daily service during summer, three weekly flights during winter.

Shannon: Begins July 2: Two weekly flights year-round.

Hartford/Bradley

Edinburgh: Begins June 17: Three weekly flights during summer, two during winter.
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For those that cannot tolerate multiple connections:

"Norwegian will fly nonstop from Newburgh to Belfast, Northern Ireland; Dublin; Edinburgh, Scotland; and Shannon, Ireland. From Providence, Norwegian also will fly to the Irish city of Cork. Connecticut's Bradley International Airport near Hartford landed nonstop service to Edinburgh."
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why would anyone want to go Ireland. And why is it so cheap.
To get drunk with the natives. These supercheap flights only depart from a handful of cities on all these shitty, no frills aitlines. Save your money and fly Lufthansa.
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A. To get to Lyons on EasyJet!
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why would anyone want to go Ireland. And why is it so cheap.
It's cheap because Norwegian Air doesn't follow the pact on America to Europe/Europe to America flights. Same reason that Iceland flights are cheap.

It's also cheap because they use 737 Max, which is a single aisle narrow body. It's different tactic. It's also a brand new plane.

Oh and they charge for everything else that you want extra: food, drinks, bags, refunds/cancellations, phone and airport bookings, connecting flights (doesn't apply to this deal). They include a carry-on at no charge thankfully.

There's other articles about the ways that they're cheaper - pilots and flight attendants unions tried to keep them from flying out of the USA.
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It's cheap because Norwegian Air doesn't follow the pact on America to Europe/Europe to America flights. Same reason that Iceland flights are cheap.

It's also cheap because they use 737 Max, which is a single aisle narrow body. It's different tactic. It's also a brand new plane.

Oh and they charge for everything else that you want extra: food, drinks, bags, refunds/cancellations, phone and airport bookings, connecting flights (doesn't apply to this deal). They include a carry-on at no charge thankfully.

There's other articles about the ways that they're cheaper - pilots and flight attendants unions tried to keep them from flying out of the USA.
interesting stuff, glad I asked.
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It's cheap because Norwegian Air doesn't follow the pact on America to Europe/Europe to America flights. Same reason that Iceland flights are cheap.

It's also cheap because they use 737 Max, which is a single aisle narrow body. It's different tactic. It's also a brand new plane.

Oh and they charge for everything else that you want extra: food, drinks, bags, refunds/cancellations, phone and airport bookings, connecting flights (doesn't apply to this deal). They include a carry-on at no charge thankfully.

There's other articles about the ways that they're cheaper - pilots and flight attendants unions tried to keep them from flying out of the USA.
They want to eventually staff USA to Europe flights using Asain crews based out of Thailand instead of complying with the current open skies agreement. The US government is letting them get away with it.
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They want to eventually staff USA to Europe flights using Asain crews based out of Thailand instead of complying with the current open skies agreement. The US government is letting them get away with it.
The US government already let them get away with it, they were approved late last year: reuters article [reuters.com]
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$247 RT from Baltimore to Martinique is pretty decent.
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woot Finally a flight deal with PVD on the subject. Woot
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The US government already let them get away with it, they were approved late last year: reuters article [reuters.com]
Yup Smilie They haven't actually started yet as far as I know. The end goal is to use loopholes to staff with cheap, foreign labor from SE Asia. Capt Sum Ting Wong and FO We Tu Low
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This looks an awful lot like the usual bait and switch. For example I put in Bradley Airport to Edinburgh for two people, and the lowest I got was $1,071.60. Am I doing something wrong?
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This looks an awful lot like the usual bait and switch. For example I put in Bradley Airport to Edinburgh for two people, and the lowest I got was $1,071.60. Am I doing something wrong?
There are a few $65 departures in OCTOBER but the cheapest return is about $225 so $300 roundtrip in October. Pretty cold in October in Edinburgh.
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Alternative airline competitors can complain all they want, all I know is the Norwegian Dreamliner my family took last summer from NYC to London was the absolute best flight I had been on in 15 years, since our last trip overseas. Domestic airlines treat us like livestock in comparison.
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