Norse Atlantic launches ticket sales for Miami flights
Scandinavian carrier today Norse Atlantic Airways has opened bookings for nonstop Miami flights from London Gatwick.
The route will operate four times a week throughout the winter season from 18 September.
“Miami has high levels of passenger demand with both direct and connecting traffic volumes greater than other airports in the region,” said Bjorn Tore Larsen, Norse Atlantic CEO.
The airline operates an all-Dreamliner fleet with two cabin choices, Economy and Premium.
From 18 September Norse Atlantic will consolidate services in South Florida and only operate Miami flights.
Customers travelling on the Fort Lauderdale route beyond 17 September will be rebooked onto the Miami service or offered a full refund.
“We are thrilled that Norse Atlantic has chosen Miami for all of its South Florida flights,” said Ralph Cutié, MIA Director and CEO.
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