You can even score round-trip flights for under $400.
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Travelers will have more options when it comes to flights between the U.S. and Europe next year, as Norwegian Air will be introducing four new routes between the two continents.

Norwegian announced Thursday it will begin adding flights from New York to both Amsterdam and Madrid, and from Los Angeles to both Madrid and Milan starting in 2018.

Norwegian flights departing from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport will launch on May 7, 2018, while flights from JFK to Madrid will begin on July 17. On the West Coast, Norwegian flights departing from Los Angeles International Airport will begin traveling to Milan on June 17 and Madrid on July 15.

Travelers can snag flights starting at $199 one-way from New York to Amsterdam, and at $229 one-way from New York to Madrid. Return fares start at $199 for both destinations, giving you the chance to fly to Amsterdam and Madrid for a total of $398 and $428, respectively.

Flights from Los Angeles to both Madrid and Milan start at $229 for each departing and return flight, bringing a round-trip total to $458.

Introducing Los Angeles flights will make Norwegian Air the only airline to currently operate year-round nonstop flights from the City of Angels to Italy’s fashion hotspot of Milan and Spain’s historic capital of Madrid.

Norwegian Air's announcement is the latest of a few big moves in the budget carrier's operations growth. In 2017 alone, Norwegian has already added 25 new routes from the U.S. and announced 11 new transatlantic routes it plans to open in 2018.

This will bring the airlines’ total operations to 67 routes, 61 of which are transatlantic, with flights available to 16 different European destinations.

Tickets for the new routes are currently available for purchase on Norwegian's website.