Less than two months after announcing that it will relocate all its South Florida flights to Miami International Airport in September, low-cost carrier Norse Atlantic Airways is upping the ante by adding flights from Miami to Berlin and Paris as well, starting this December.
Norse Atlantic’s four weekly Miami-Paris flights are set to begin on December 12, and its weekly Miami-Berlin service will launch on December 14 as part of its winter schedule.
Norse Atlantic’s latest announcement will create the first nonstop service between Miami and Berlin since 2017 and the second nonstop option between Miami and Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport.
Norse Atlantic will enter the Miami market for the first time on September 18 with four weekly flights to both London’s Gatwick airport and Oslo – two other destinations with no current nonstop service from Miami. Customers traveling on Norse Atlantic’s Fort Lauderdale routes after September 17 will be rebooked to its new Miami service or be offered a full refund.
“Europe in winter is truly magical and we are delighted to connect yet another city in the U.S. to Paris and Berlin, offering guests a chance to explore these historic destinations,” said Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO Norse Atlantic Airways.
Norse Atlantic Airways was founded in 2021 and has a fleet of 15 Boeing 787 Dreamliners that currently serve destinations including New York, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Orlando, Washington, San Francisco, Boston, Oslo, London, Berlin, Rome, and Paris.