One Way To Europe For Under $120 With Norse Atlantic Black Friday Sale

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Norse Atlantic Airways Black Friday Sale

To be honest, I have never heard of Norse Atlantic Airways before this fare sale. They are a low cost carrier Norwegian based airline that launched in 2021. Maybe they are looking to fill the void WOW Air left. For the week of Black Friday they have a pretty enticing sale going on. I figured it was worth a look if you needed upcoming flights over the pond even if you have never heard of the airline like me.

The Norse Atlantic Airways Black Friday Sale Includes:

From JFK one-way:

  • New York JFK to Oslo $139
  • New York JFK to London Gatwick $119
  • New York JFK to Berlin $119

From LAX one-way:

  • Los Angeles LAX to Oslo $189

From FLL one-way:

  • Fort Lauderdale FLL to Oslo $159
  • Fort Lauderdale FLL to Berlin $139

The airline offers standard economy and premium cabin, although who knows what that means.

Offer Terms

  • Sale dates: November 21, 3:00 AM EST – November 29, 12:00 AM EST, unless sold out prior.
  • Travel dates: between December 2022 and October 2023 – varies by route.
  • This promotion is subject to availability, it may not be available on every flight.
  • Some periods may be subject to blackout restrictions.
  • This promotion is only available for bookings made on selected routes; it does not apply on connecting flights.
  • Advertised fares are Economy Light, one-way, per adult. Prices shown include all taxes and fees. Additional charges for baggage, seating, extras, or optional fees may apply.

Final Thoughts

I like that the booking window is pretty massive for this sale. Remember to book the flight with a card with travel protections just in case something should go wrong. Let me know if you find any deals in the comments!

Mark Ostermann
Mark Ostermann is a father, husband and miles/points fanatic. He left the corporate world after starting a family in order to be a stay at home dad. Mark is constantly looking at ways to save money and stay within budget while also taking awesome vacations with his family. When he isn't caring for his family or taking a weekend trip, Mark is working towards his goal of visiting every Major League Baseball ballpark.

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  1. Cheapest tix allow personal item sized carry on only. The date I looked at is $100 more to bri g a standard carry on. I’ve also heard Norse doesn’t have any in flight entertainment or anywhere to charge your devices.

  2. I can’t wait for six months from now when people realize, yet again, that you get what you pay for. Zero spare aircraft to cover cancellations, so your entire vacation is ruined. Zero call center people available ever to help with that cancellation. Pilots who are from different countries with different native languages and different training. Maintenance done in multiple countries by god knows who. Zero government oversight since this airline is incorporated in a country that they don’t even fly out of. Etc. etc. etc.
    Norse will fail just like Norwegian did. Sell $120 tickets of brand new $350 million 787’s is an incredibly stupid business model

  3. Got JFK to Oslo for my birthday in June, $550 roundtrip for two! Of course we will have to pack lightly and bring food as we went REALLY cheap with basic economy, Bags could be added separately, meals too, but we decided getting there was the most important thing.

  4. I actually found a lot of availability at the “advertised” prices, but the base package is so unreasonable for an international flight (no carryons/checked bags, no meal, $200 change fees, etc) that it is meaningless. It’s like going to buy a car and being told that for that price, you don’t get a windshield or doors. Less than $1000 RT for a discount economy ticket or $1600 for a watered-down “business class” still isn’t bad, though.


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