Norwegian Air is just starting to get known for its budget flights, and now the airline will be increasing its flight options to and from Europe in 2017.
The airline has announced its plans to add or increase the flights to and from Los Angeles, Newark Liberty, Fort Lauderdale, Oakland, and John F. Kennedy International Airports.
Over the summer the airline offered one-way flights to Paris for $175, and in the fall there was a Las Vegas to London route for $199. In 2017 they are planning to add routes to Barcelona and Copenhagen for rates as low as $179. Sometimes the airline offers one-way flights as low as $99.
The airline is also currently considering launching services between Ireland and Hartford, Connecticut, which would put it in direct competition with the airline Aer Lingus.