Norwegian today launches its first flight from the United States to Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport.
The airline’s first-ever nonstop flight to Paris from the U.S. departs from New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport this evening, followed by service from Los Angeles International Airport starting July 30 and from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on August 4.
“We are excited to continuously grow our U.S. operations. Our new nonstop flights will provide American travelers with greater choice when they go to one of Europe’s most magical cities. Not only will they be able to save a lot of money by flying Norwegian, but they will also enjoy great, award-winning service onboard a brand-new fleet,” said Bjørn Kjos, Norwegian’s CEO and Founder.
Paris is the sixth European city in Norwegian’s ever-growing route network with nonstop service to the U.S. The carrier offers a total 41 routes from the U.S., of which 34 are to Europe and seven to the French Caribbean. Upcoming routes from the U.S. include Las Vegas to London launching October 31; Las Vegas to Oslo on November 1; and Fort Lauderdale to Guadeloupe on December 17.
The new Paris service will initially operate four times per week from New York City, twice weekly from Los Angeles and once weekly from Fort Lauderdale.