Hop across the pond to jolly old England this autumn with Norwegian Air's special fall fares to London. One-way flights are starting as low as $120, and roundtrip itineraries can be purchased for just $315+.

Travel Availability

Sale fares are available for fall travel and on most routes from October through early November. Since each city-to-city pair has a different travel window and weekly flight schedule, click on the fare details links below to see which dates are available from your nearest airport.

Sale Period

Tickets at these sale rates must be purchased by Sunday, May 5, 2019, at 23:59 PST.

Sample Fares:

Boston to London-LGW $315 roundtrip

New York-JFK to London-LGW $330 roundtrip

San Francisco to London-LGW $380 roundtrip

Tampa to London-LGW $380 roundtrip

Miami to London-LGW $380 roundtrip

Chicago-ORD to London-LGW $385 roundtrip

Los Angeles to London-LGW $395 roundtrip

Denver to London-LGW $435 roundtrip

Seattle to London-LGW $435 roundtrip


Norwegian's LowFare only includes a maximum combined weight of 22 lbs. between your carry-on bag and personal item. Checked bag fees start at $50 each way when purchased online. Fees at the airport are significantly higher.

Seat Assignments

Seat assignments are not included in LowFare tickets, seat selection cost $45 each way for a standard economy seat.

Related: How to Fly Norwegian Air

Other Notes

Meals and snack service is not included at this price. Refreshments may be purchased on board.

You may be able to find lower fares by booking separate one-way tickets or choosing a different country of origin on Norwegian.com. Keep in mind that foreign transaction fees may be charged by your card if booking in a foreign currency.

Example Booking

Searching the Norwegian Air site, I found a flight departing Boston BOS on Friday, November 8, with a return leg from London LGW on Sunday, November 17, 2019, for $315 roundtrip.

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