Norse Atlantic to launch routes from Gatwick to Barbados, Kingston and Montego Bay – Enterprise Traveller

Norse Atlantic Airways has introduced three new routes from Gatwick airport for this winter, to the Caribbean locations of Barbados and Jamaica.

The provider will launch day by day flights to Barbados on October 29, 2023, with fares ranging from £449 return, and on the identical day will begin 4 flights per week to Montego Bay in Jamaica, with fares ranging from £559 return.

One the opposite three days Norse will serve Jamaica’s capital Kingston (beginning October 31, 2023), with fares from £579 return.

The brand new routes – which at the moment are on sale – be a part of the airline’s current winter 2023 community from Gatwick to New York, Washington, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale.

British Airways flies from Gatwick to Barbados and Kingston, whereas TUI gives flights from the south London airport to Barbados and Montego Bay.

As well as Norse has additionally introduced plans to fly between Oslo and Bangkok from November 2, 2023.

Norse Atlantic launched its first transatlantic flights between Gatwick and New York JFK in June 2022 – for our evaluation of the inaugural flight, see:

Flight evaluation: Norse Atlantic Airways B787-9 Premium

The provider is ready to launch its routes to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando later this month, adopted by Washington DC and Los Angeles in June, San Francisco in July and Boston in September.

Commenting on the information Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO Norse Atlantic Airways, mentioned:

“We’re more than happy to announce the launch of those new winter solar routes from London Gatwick. Extra travellers will now be capable of expertise these superb locations because of our low fares and people wishing to reunite with family and friends can have larger alternative throughout this historically excessive demand interval of journey.

“This winter Norse Atlantic will proudly change into the second largest lengthy haul provider at London Gatwick by seat capability and we’re trying ahead to welcoming on board each returning and new clients.”

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