Norwegian is adding transatlantic flights to a new city this summer. New flights from New York (JFK) to Athens (ATH) begin July 2. Norwegian is also increasing service to Barcelona (BCN) from both New York and Los Angeles (LAX), and adding new nonstop service from Chicago (ORD) to Barcelona starting June 7. Intro fares are available starting from $360+ roundtrip.

Norwegian Adds New Flights to Athens and Barcelona

While Norwegian announced it plans to cut service to the Caribbean after seasonal service ends, the airline has managed to keep most of its transatlantic network intact. With the addition of Athens, Norwegian will offer 13 nonstop destinations from New York to Europe this summer. The new service from Chicago to Barcelona will be the fifth U.S. city Norwegian serves from Barcelona.

New nonstop flights from New York to Athens will operate to Europe on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, starting July 2, 2019. The flight will return from Athens to New York on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

New nonstop flights from Chicago to Barcelona will operate in both directions on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, starting June 7, 2019.

Both new routes are seasonal summer flights through October 26, 2019. Intro fares are available for select fall travel dates starting September 4, 2019.

These fares are not advertised with an expiration date and are subject to change at any time.

New York to Athens $360 roundtrip, nonstop

Chicago to Barcelona $420 roundtrip, nonstop

Keep in mind that Norwegian has a weight limit of 22 lbs. total between your carry-on bag and personal item. A checked bag costs $45 each way. For more information on flying this low-cost carrier across the Atlantic, read our guide on How to Fly Norwegian Air.

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