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Norwegian has announced the launch of its first flight from the United States to Paris, a nonstop flight from New York’s JFK Airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle.
On July 30, the airline will begin service from Los Angeles International Airport, and on August 4, service will begin from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on August 4.
Paris is the sixth European city in Norwegian’s route network with nonstop service to the U.S. The carrier offers a total of 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.
All of Norwegian’s long-haul flights are operated on Boeing 787 Dreamliners, offering both a Premium Cabin and Economy.