Travel demand to Europe peaks in the summer, but if you go during winter instead, you can often enjoy lighter crowds and better prices.
That’s now doubly true for some Floridian travelers.
Low-cost carrier Norse Atlantic Airways on Tuesday announced new flights from Miami to Paris and Berlin. The new service is set to start just before the holidays.
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Flights from Miami International Airport (MIA) to Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) will run four times weekly in each direction starting Dec. 12. Service between Miami and Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) will run once per week starting Dec. 14.
The new routes complement Norse’s existing flights from Miami to London Gatwick Airport (LGW) and Oslo Airport (OSL) in Norway.
Flights start at $165 each way, although the cheapest fares tend to book up quickly.
Norse, which replaces the low-cost transatlantic business that Norwegian Air expanded before the pandemic, began flying in June 2022 with plans to expand point-to-point service between European and U.S. cities.
The airline uses a fleet of Boeing 787 aircraft with both standard and premium economy seats.
Thanks to its low-cost business model, the airline’s fares are often cheap. However, the carrier charges extra for everything from carry-on bags to food and drinks, so it’s important to be strategic when taking advantage of any great prices.
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