Norwegian Air is having a sale and there are more cheap flights on major airlines for travel from October through May.
Traveling to Europe and the Caribbean this fall or winter is looking like a bargain.
Norwegian Air is having a sale on one-way flights to popular destinations for travel from November through March. Fly from New York City, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, or Orlando to Scotland, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Spain or Italy — starting at $89 one-way. The sale runs until Wednesday, September 5.
Travelers leaving from New York City can get one-way flights to Edinburgh for $89; Dublin for $99; Paris for $129; Amsterdam for $139; and Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, Barcelona, Madrid and Rome for $149. You can also purchase tickets to Paris for $129 or London for $139 if you’re leaving from Boston.
On the West Coast, there are cheap Norwegian Air flights from Los Angeles to Barcelona, London, or Madrid for $169, and Copenhagen, Oslo, Paris, or Rome for $179. Travelers flying from San Francisco can get to Barcelona, London, and Paris starting at $149. Flights to London start at $149 from Chicago, and at $169 from Las Vegas and Denver.
Norwegian also has deals on flights to the Caribbean: Flights start at $69 one-way from New York City or Fort Lauderdale/Miami to Guadeloupe and Martinique.
Reminder: Norwegian Air is a budget airline, meaning seat assignments, in-flight entertainment and food, and luggage can incur extra fees.
If you want even more options, Scott’s Cheap Flights found cheap flights from October through May on American, Air Canada, Air France, Delta, KLM, and United from many U.S. cities to European destinations including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Paris, and Zurich.
Scott’s Cheap Flights found the cheap flights through Priceline, with fares to Europe from all over the U.S. in the $400s and $500s.