Low-cost service Norse Atlantic Airways started flights between Oslo and Los Angeles on Wednesday, marking the brand new service’s fourth new route launch up to now two months following inaugural flights from Oslo to New York, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.
The three-times-weekly flight operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner departs Los Angeles at 1:45 p.m. and arrives in Oslo at 9:00 a.m. native time. One-way fares begin at $138.
“Norse is delivering on our promise to supply inexpensive worth and a high quality journey expertise for all,” mentioned Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO of Norse Atlantic Airways.
“[This] marks a proud second for all of us at Norse as we now look to develop our community for the advantage of prospects, companies and native economies,” he mentioned.
Los Angeles World Airports CEO Justin Erbacci mentioned the brand new nonstop service to Oslo is “one other alternative for visitors to connect with Europe and past.”
“By providing these flights from West Gates on the Tom Bradley Worldwide Terminal, passengers will be capable of expertise one of many latest airport terminals within the nation, with cutting-edge innovation and facilities,” he added.
The airline may even launch day by day flights from New York to London and Berlin, taking off on August 12 and 17, respectively, and flights 3 times per week between Los Angeles and Berlin on August 19.