Norse Atlantic Airways just launched a flash sale making travel to Europe for a lot less. For a limited time, fares on selected routes between the US and Europe start from as low as $99 one-way, including all taxes and fees. RELATED: Use This Travel Hack to Find Cheap Flights

If you haven’t heard of Norse Atlantic Airways, they began flying in March 2021. The company was founded by Bjorn Tore Larsen, who launched a travel agency when he was just 18 years old.

The airline flies primarily between Europe and the United States and serves destinations including New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando, Athens, Oslo, London, Berlin, Rome and Paris. The company’s first flight took off from Oslo to New York on June 14, 2022.

Here are the airfare deals to Europe:

New York (JFK)-London (LGW) one-way from $99*
Orlando (MCO)-London (LGW) one-way from $129*
Miami (MIA)-London (LGW) one-way from $129*
Miami (MIA)-Paris (CDG) one-way from $129*
Miami (MIA)-Oslo (OSL) one-way from $129*

Here are the terms and conditions:

Sale dates: Thursday, February 1, 2024 – Monday, February 5, 2024, 11:59 PM EST
Travel dates: February 1, 2024 – March 22, 2024
Blackout periods: None
Fares and routes are subject to availability
*Fare represents lowest price available in Economy Light

Although prices shown include all taxes and fees, Norse does have additional charges for baggage, seating and other extras. Here are the fare rules.

I have never flown Norse Atlantic, which offers two cabin choices: Economy and Norse Premium in Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircrafts which they bought from Norwegian. There are 282 seats in economy with 31-32 inches of pitch (legroom) and the seat width is 17.2 inches, according to Seatguru. Each seat also has a personal entertainment system.

One of my friends flew Norse this summer between Los Angeles and Europe in their premium cabin and said it was great, especially for the price. There are 56 recliner seats with 43 inches of seat pitch and 12 inches of recline. See photo above. 

To book and for more information on Norse Atlantic, visit


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