The Latest Flight Routes to Europe

 

Travelers now have more flight route options for travel to Europe. Check out the latest. 

Now travelers can travel from the U.S. to Pairs on a nonstop flight from Norwegian, which flies from New York’s JFK Airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle.

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And Norwegian has just launched flight service from Los Angeles International Airport, and later this week the airline will begin service from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.

The new Paris service flies four times per week from New York City, twice weekly from Los Angeles and will fly once weekly from Fort Lauderdale.

A Boeing 787 Dreamliner flies these transatlantic routes and will operate the route from Fort Lauderdale. The flight offers a premium cabin and economy.

This October Finnair also plans to bolster its European flights with a London Heathrow–Helsinki route. The route will be operated five times a week on an A350 XWB. These new aircraft fly mostly on Finnair’s Asian routes.

Travelers will now also be able too book a stopover experience while flying to and from Helsinki on the StopOver Finland website. Guests can choose from a range of activities. The program is led by Visit Finland and with cooperation with Primera Holidays.

Looking Ahead

It has also been reported by Bloomberg that JetBlue has plans to offer travel from the U.S. to Europe, perhaps as soon as 2019.

The airline is examining options to alter multiple Airbus A321neo planes into the A321LR planes, which have one aisle and can cross the Atlantic. Though as Bloomberg reported, JetBlue says that their options for the A321LR were part of the contact and that JetBlue wouldn’t decide these issues before late next year. 

Travelers will have to wait and see if this European option becomes reality. 

 

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