This Airline Is Launching Direct Flights to Italy for $189
If you thought an Italian vacation was out of your budget, think again: Norwegian Air will soon offer nonstop flights to Rome for less than the cost of most hotel rooms. According to Condé Nast Traveler, the airline will soon offer one-way, nonstop flights from Newark, Los Angeles, and Oakland, Calif., for as low as $189.
Yes, you read that right: You could fly to Rome’s Fiumicino Airport and back for less than $400. The first flights will begin on Nov. 9 from Newark Airport, and just two days later, the airline will launch flights from L.A. starting at $229 each way. Bay Area residents can start taking advantage of the inexpensive airfare in February 2018.
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So how exactly is Norwegian Air able to offer these great deals? Well, you’ll be flying on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, a large energy-efficient aircraft that helps to keep the costs down. But, like many budget airlines, you’ll be paying extra for things like seat assignments, checked and carry-on bags, and in-flight dining.
For those willing to splurge, Norwegian will offer premium cabin seats starting at $539 one-way from Newark and $719 one-way from the West Coast.
If you need us, we’ll be planning our next getaway. Pasta and gelato await.