Norwegian Airlines has announced it will be flying to London from two new cities – Denver and Seattle. The airline has long been known as a low-cost option to fly around the world, and recently launched $65 flights from the United States to the United Kingdom.

The airline will fly out of Denver International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to London’s Gatwick Airport starting September 2017. The flights from Denver and Seattle to London will start at $199 each way.

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With the two additions, Norwegian now offers nine nonstop routes from the United States to London.

“London is an integral part of our ever-growing global route network. The city is perfect for both business and leisure travelers, and we are excited to offer more West Coast routes for Americans who are looking for inexpensive access to London, with connections to several destinations across Europe. With our continuous U.S. expansion, we also bring even more tourists to the U.S. and support American jobs,” said Thomas Ramdahl, Norwegian’s Chief Commercial Officer.

Overall, Norwegian now offers 48 transatlantic flights from 13 U.S. airports to Denmark, France, Ireland, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom, as well seven routes to the French Caribbean, totaling 55 routes out of the United States.

In 2017, the airline will also be launching routes from the U.S. include:

Los Angeles to Barcelona (June 5)

New York/Newark to Barcelona (June 6)

Oakland/San Francisco to Barcelona (June 7)

Newburgh/Stewart to Edinburgh (June 15)

Providence to Edinburgh (June 15), Hartford to Edinburgh (June 17)

Newburgh/Stewart to Belfast (July 1)

Newburgh/Stewart to Dublin (July 1)

Providence to Belfast (July 1)

Providence to Bergen (July 1)

Providence to Cork (July 1)

Newburgh/Stewart to Bergen (July 2)

Newburgh/Stewart to Shannon (July 2)

Providence to Dublin (July 2)

Providence to Shannon (July 3)

Orlando to Paris (July 31)

Fort Lauderdale to Barcelona (August 22)

Denver to London (September 16)

Seattle to London (September 17)