The flight was on a nice modern 767, clean and I was lucky as a tall person I had no one next to me. So I was relatively comfortable. Tickets for a flight from London to JFK were very cheap. USB port to keep phone charged was nice, but whats the point with no WiFi available?
I felt this was a bait and switch offer. Cheap price offered, but no checked in baggage included nor any food and drinks or snacks. NOTHING. Flight attendants basically ignore you the whole flight unless you purchase on the flight or in advance. Very poor choice of movies, all old movies. And no WiFi whatsoever. All of these are major inclusions on trans-Atlantic flights, and were not visible when purchasing this flight. I thought it sounded too good to be true. To be honest, if this were all included up front, I couldve brought on-board food and drink for the flight. I dont like being nickel and dimed on everything. Charging over $50 for a checked in bag is ridiculous. At least if it were for $25 like every other flight, I wouldnt of minded.
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The most popular airports for Norwegian are Bergen Flesland, Trondheim Vaernes, and Oslo Gardermoen according to our data. Flights to or from any of these airports should be available via Norwegian year-round.
The cheapest round-trip flight with Norwegian within the country is flying Stockholm Arlanda to Luleå Kallax. Expect to pay around AED 132 per ticket. This route tends to have 0 stops. The cheapest domestic one-way flight with Norwegian that we could find is flying from Stockholm Arlanda to Luleå Kallax. This flight has 0 stops and costs about AED 84 per ticket.
Norwegian has a flight from Stockholm Arlanda to Riga Intl with 0 layovers at the cost of AED 114 per ticket. This is currently the cheapest round-trip international flight with Norwegian according to our data. If you’re looking for the cheapest international one-way flight with Norwegian, then you should book a flight from Oslo Gardermoen to Warsaw Frederic Chopin, which costs AED 55 per ticket. This one-way flight with Norwegian has 0 stops.
No, you will need to book a flight with Norwegian out of Budapest Ferenc Liszt Intl because the airline doesn’t have scheduled flights from Dubai Intl at this time. If you still wish to fly from Dubai Intl, then consider booking with Ryanair.