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Norwegian Air Offers Flights Between USA and Germany

Flying across the Atlantic has never been particularly cheap, but the cost of a round-trip air ticket between the USA and Germany could be coming down.

European budget airline Norwegian Air plans to start offering long-haul flights between USA and Germany from 2018  as it steps up competition on transatlantic routes, chief commercial officer Thomas Ramdahl recently told German magazine WirtschaftsWoche.

“We are working on flying to the United States from Düsseldorf from 2018, and are looking at up to a dozen destinations,” stated Mr Ramdahl.

That will add to pressure on Lufthansa’s Eurowings, which currently offers flights from Cologne-Bonn airport, (located just 60 km from Düsseldorf airport) to Seattle, Las Vegas, Miami and Orlando.  US authorities recently granted a licence to the carrier’s Irish-based low-cost subsidiary Norwegian Air International, paving the way for direct flights from Cork and Shannon to Boston. Norwegian Air has been given permission to fly up to four times a week between Cork and Boston from next summer and there are hopes it could also have a direct connection to New York.

Discount Flights Between USA and Germany

Norwegian Air to increase number of low-cost USA flights

Existing Airlines Offering Flights Between USA and Germany

American Airlines – Flights between USA and Germany (Frankfurt, Munich). Departures from Charlotte, Dallas-Fort Worth, Philadelphia.

Air Berlin – Flights between USA and Germany (Berlin, Düsseldorf, Munich). Departures from Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York JFK, San Francisco.

Condor – Flights between USA and Germany (Frankfurt, Munich). Departures from Austin, Baltimore, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Portland, San Diego, Seattle-Tacoma.

Delta – Flights between USA and Germany (Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich). Departures from Atlanta, Detroit, New York JFK, San Francisco.

Eurowings – Flights between USA and Germany (Cologne). Departures from Las Vegas, Miami, Orlando-International, Seattle-Tacoma.

Lufthansa – Flights between USA and Germany (Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich). Departures from Boston, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Denver, Detroit, Houston-Intercontinental, Los Angeles, Miami, New York JFK, Newark, Orlando-International, Seattle-Tacoma, San Francisco, Washington-Dulles.

Singapore Airlines – Flights between USA and Frankfurt. Departure from New York JFK.

United Airlines – Flights between USA and Germany (Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich). Departures from Chicago, Newark, Washington-Dulles,  Houston-Intercontinental.

WOW air – Flights between USA and Germany (Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt) via Iceland. Departures from Boston, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Washington.

 

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