Norse Announces EasyJet, Norwegian Spirit Partnership

The startup long-haul airlines are affiliated with three low-cost carriers. Increases the number of passengers who can easily book air travel across the Atlantic Ocean.

A few weeks ago, Norse Atlantic Airways finally flew in the air.Based in Norway Budget long haul career After a few months behind the planned launch, he flew one of its Dreamliner “longships” from Oslo to the New York JFK.

Photo: Malcolm Nason / Norse Atlantic Airways.

Since then, North has launched many other routes and announced plans for a hub in Berlin. But until now, it has been very difficult to partner with which airline.

Currently, North has announced partnerships with easyJet, Norway and Spirit Airlines. The agreement will allow airlines to access over 600 connections each week across European and US hubs.

However, it is important to note that Norse has stated that partnerships do not affect punctuality. No flights will be held for passengers with delayed connections. They will be transferred to the next available flight. This does not appeal to all travelers.

3 new transactions, 3 strategic areas

All three transactions are interesting because they target connections for low-cost carriers in different markets. Spirit and easyJet were expected because they had a previous partnership. Norwegian fate long-distance operation..

Norwegian airliner in winter
Norwegian Air Shut operates many routes to the North Hub at London Gatwick Airport.

Despite management opposition, Norwegians have signed a contract with Norwegians (now again Scandinavian-focused airlines) given that they are essentially a resurgence of Norwegian long-distance operations. It is natural that it is.

Norwegians make long-distance Scandinavian flights from both Oslo and Gatwick easily accessible to more passengers throughout Scandinavia, including from other Scandinavian capitals such as Copenhagen, Helsinki and Stockholm.

EasyJet connections work the same in the UK and Europe. In particular, it will connect to the new North Service from Berlin to both New York JFK and Los Angeles.

In the United States, destinations such as Las Vegas, Dallas, Nashville, and Salt Lake City can be reached via the Spirit from the North destinations of Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Los Angeles.

Norse Atlantic Airways Dreamliner
Photo: Malcolm Nason / Norse Atlantic Airways.

Reservation method

according to Business Traveler, Customers can book connecting flights with Norwegian Airways and Spirit Airlines at Those flying from the UK and Europe can also book at

“Since the inauguration of Norse Atlantic Airways, affordable fares and exciting destinations have made long-haul transatlantic travel available to everyone,” said Norse Atlantic Airways CEO Bjorn Tore Larsen. Stated.

“Customers are now able to further explore and connect to the services of partner airlines in Europe and the United States. These agreements further facilitate cross-Atlantic travel and benefit local tourism and business on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Will be brought, “he added.

Fly with the norsemen

Norse has been regarded as the natural successor to Norway’s long-haul operations because it uses the same planes and business models as its predecessor, as well as similar routes.

Illustration: Norse Atlantic Airways.

The airline has chosen to use the same Boeing 787 Dreamliner plane used by the Norwegians on the transatlantic route.

Norse describes it as “one of the most modern and efficient aircraft in the sky,” and Dreamliners consists of a 3x3x3 economy and a 2x3x2 premium cabin. Premium cabins are better than some premium economy products, but far below business class.

At the time of writing, North offers four destinations to and from its Oslo base. Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, New York JFK, Orlando. North also offers routes from London Gatwick to New York JFK and from Berlin to Los Angeles and New York JFK.

Mr North said he is discussing potential partnerships with other airlines. They will “soon” announce further agreements. Norse Announces EasyJet, Norwegian Spirit Partnership

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