Norwegian Airline is making it more affordable to hop the Pond—and with convenient nonstop flights, because what plebeian has time and energy for layovers, amiright?

I've listed the absolute cheapest flights found during the available travel window (varies by route but generally spring or summer through fall), but spotted the summer flights for ~$20-$30 each way—still great rates to travel during the popular travel season.

Travel Availability

  • Travel Period: Varies per route but between early May and late October 2020
  • Travel Days of the Week: Varies per route

Since each city-to-city pair has a different travel window and departure schedule, click on the fare details links below to see which dates are available from your nearest airport.

Sale Period

The routes are limited but availability seemed plentiful when I checked. As there's no booking deadline on the offer, I recommend getting to these pronto!

Sample Nonstop Fares:

Chicago to Paris $394 roundtrip

Austin to Paris $490 roundtrip

Chicago to Rome $530 roundtrip

Denver to Rome $560 roundtrip

Baggage

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. Prices 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

Seen below, searching Norwegian's site:

 


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