Norwegian Airlines is adding Tampa Bay to its list of cities in the United States, which means residents will now be able to fly to London Gatwick starting at $214.90 each way.
Norwegian announced earlier this month that they will also be flying from two other Florida cities to three European destinations — Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Madrid and Rome; and Orlando International Airport to Stockholm Arlanda Airport. All routes are launching at the end of October.
“We are excited to introduce another U.S. destination to our network. Tampa Bay will be a very popular destination amongst European traveler,” said Thomas Ramdahl, Norwegian’s Chief Commercial Officer. “Similarly, Europe is in high demand among Tampa Bay and Florida resident. With our growing commitment to Florida, we’re also increasing our Fort Lauderdale and Orlando to London services for the winter season due to the great demand.”
According to Norwegian, the airline already operates more routes between Florida and Europe than any other airline, and passengers now have 14 route options from three airports in the state — to Barcelona, Copenhagen, London, Madrid, Oslo, Paris, Rome, and Stockholm. They also fly seasonally from Fort Lauderdale to the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique.