Norse Atlantic Airways announced that it will begin its first-ever service at Miami International Airport to London’s Gatwick Airport and Oslo, Norway, starting on Sept. 18.
Norse Atlantic will consolidate its services in South Florida and only operate flights to Miami International Airport. Customers traveling on its Fort Lauderdale route after Sept. 17 will be rebooked to its new Miami service or be offered a full refund.
“We are pleased to be able to now offer the popular destination of Miami as part of our winter route network,” said Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO, Norse Atlantic Airways. “Miami has high levels of passenger demand with both direct and connecting traffic volumes greater than other airports in the region. We look forward to being able to offer our cargo customers increased choice and flexibility as we begin operations from our new South Florida base in September.”
Norse Atlantic offers two cabin choices – Economy and Premium – and three fare options: Light, Classic, and Flextra. Light fares represent Norse’s value option while Flextra fares include the maximum baggage allowance, two meal services, an enhanced airport and onboard experience, and increased ticket flexibility.
“We are thrilled that Norse Atlantic has chosen MIA for all of its South Florida flights,” said Ralph Cutié, MIA Director and CEO. “We look forward to welcoming their London Gatwick and Oslo service to Miami-Dade County, and to becoming their seventh destination in the U.S.”
Norse Atlantic exclusively operates Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft with each seat including a state-of-the-art entertainment experience. Premium cabin seats offer a 43-inch seat pitch and 12-inch recline.
Norse Atlantic Airways was founded by CEO and major shareholder Bjørn Tore Larsen in March 2021. Norse has a fleet of 15 modern, fuel-efficient, and more environmentally friendly Boeing 787 Dreamliners that serve destinations including New York, Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Washington, San Francisco, Boston, Oslo, London, Berlin, Rome, and Paris. The company’s first flight took off from Oslo to New York on June 14, 2022.
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