Melanie Lieberman
September 27, 2017

Want to plan a fall getaway to Europe? Norwegian Air is bringing back super-cheap nonstop flights to Europe. The cheap tickets (spotted by Thrillist) are available on flights from Boston, Providence, Hartford, and the New York City area.

Destinations on sale include Edinburgh, Scotland; Bergen, Norway; and Cork, Dublin, and Shannon in Ireland, among others.

Norwegian’s cheap flights are made possible by servicing smaller airport with less costly fees. Flights from Rhode Island’s T.F. Green Airport (an hour from Boston and just a 15-minute drive from Providence) include $99 one-way flights to Norway in October, as well as $99 flights to Edinburgh in October in November.

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From New York’s Stewart International Airport (just over an hour north of Manhattan), there are $99 flights to Shannon, Ireland in October and to Belfast, the capital of North Ireland, in October.

Connecticut-based travelers will depart from Bradley International Airport. Currently, there are $99 flights on sale to Edinburgh in October and November.

Travelers making use of T.F. Green Airport will also find flights to the French Caribbean islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe. Flights to these islands are on sale for only $79 one-way in October and November.

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