Norwegian makes it even easier for Brits to experience the Northern Lights

Courtesy: David Peacock / Norwegian.

Courtesy: David Peacock / Norwegian.

Additional flights to Tromso and new direct routes to Iceland and Lapland mean Norwegian now offers 12 weekly flights to Northern Lights hotspots

Low-cost airline Norwegian is now making it even easier for Brits to experience Aurora Borealis with additional direct flights to Tromso in northern Norway and new direct routes to Iceland and Lapland. The increased flights and new routes will start just in time for travellers to book a break to experience the Northern Lights from November to March – the best time to experience the natural phenomena.

Norwegian is the only airline in the UK to offer direct flights to Tromso in northern Norway with fares starting from £61.90 one way. An extra weekly flight direct from London Gatwick to Tromso has now been added meaning that from the 31st October, Norwegian will be offering passengers the choice and flexibility of three direct weekly flights departing on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Norwegian have recently announced a new direct route from London Gatwick to Reykjavik, Iceland. From 1st November, Norwegian will add its first UK service to the Icelandic capital, with three weekly flights operating direct to Keflavik airport throughout winter on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Brits can easily book a bargain break to catch the Northern Lights, with fares on the new direct route starting from just £29.90 one-way.

For travellers looking to experience the Northern Lights from Finland, Norwegian is the only UK airline to offer a direct flight to Lapland’s capital Rovaniemi. Starting on the 19th December, Norwegian are flying a twice-weekly service, operating on a Monday and Friday – perfect for a quick trip to take in the Northern Lights, with fares starting from £49.90 one-way.

Norwegian also offers four weekly flights to Trondheim in northern Norway – another fantastic location to experience the Northern Lights. Flights to Trondheim from Gatwick start from just £29 one-way.

Thomas Ramdahl, Chief Commercial Officer for Norwegian, said: “With increased services to Tromso and new routes to Iceland and Lapland, we are offering UK passengers more choice and lower fares than ever before to see the Northern Lights. Norwegian now has 12 low-cost flights per week to some of the best places in the world to experience the Aurora Borealis so even more Brits can see the lights at an affordable price.”

Award winning airline Norwegian now serves over 50 business and leisure winter destinations from London Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham. More than 969 000 seats are now available to book from the UK throughout winter, all aboard brand new Boeing 737 aircraft with free Wi-Fi included.

Editor’s Note:

Fares are per person, per one-way flight and include all mandatory taxes and charges.

Source: Norwegian.

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