Are you still scrambling to find a Valentine’s Day gift for your significant other? Or perhaps you’re just looking to book a fun trip with friends for Galentine’s Day?
This may be the perfect gift: Norse Atlantic Airways has one-way flights to Europe starting at $176.
Fly from Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles or New York City to European destinations like Berlin, London and Oslo, Norway. There’s also some availability for flights from New York City to Paris and Rome.
The travel dates largely vary by route, but since fares are subject to change quite frequently, book these tickets and finalize that Valentine’s Day gift as soon as possible.
Airline: Norse Atlantic Airways.
Routes: From Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles and New York City.
How to book: Directly on Norse Atlantic’s website.
Travel dates: Generally from March through October, with some availability in February.
Book by: As soon as possible.
If you happen to live near Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles or New York City, these Norse Atlantic fares are a major bargain. The airline even has cheap fares for the summer, a notoriously expensive time to fly to Europe.
Here are some highlights. Note that these prices are for one-way fares:
- John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER), starting at $176.
- Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) to Oslo Airport (OSL), starting at $182.
- JFK to London Gatwick Airport (LGW), starting at $186.
- JFK to Oslo Airport (OSL), starting at $191.
- FLL to BER, starting at $202.
- Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to OSL, starting at $229.
We recommend booking these flights via Norse Atlantic’s website quickly since fares can change frequently. Also, availability widely varies by route. For example, flights from Los Angeles to Oslo won’t be available until March 28.
Since fares can change frequently and Norse Atlantic doesn’t have any set dates for these deals, you’ll need to play around with the fare calendar to find the lowest possible prices.
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If you’re flying from JFK to Berlin in February, you’ll find one of the cheapest flights for Feb. 22, priced at $176.
Returning flights are more expensive. If you’re looking to spend as little as possible, March 2 would be one of the better dates, since returning fares are currently $255.
These low prices are for Norse Atlantic’s economy fare, which can feel restrictive. Passengers flying economy are limited to only one personal item and can make changes to their ticket, but will have to pay a fee to do so.
A round-trip flight from JFK to Berlin will cost $430 without any extras, but there are ancillary fees for checked baggage, carry-ons, seat selection and meals.
Carry-ons cost $45 one-way, and standard checked baggage costs $70 one-way.
Seat selection costs anywhere from $25 to $120, with the most expensive seats providing the most legroom. The more expensive seats are also at the front of the aircraft.
The flights also offer two meals, served after takeoff and before landing. The first “main meal” costs $30, and the second “light meal” is $20.
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Nothing says “I love you” more than a trip to Europe, so these cheap Norse Atlantic flights make the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your significant other.
Even though these fares are for Economy Light, which does not come with many perks, you’re still saving a ton on airfare — especially if you book during those warmer months when traveling to Europe can be expensive. Book your tickets as soon, though, so you don’t miss out on this deal.