Norwegian launches London to Tampa route

The airline will operate a new service from London to Tampa from 31 October 2018.

Credit: iStock
Credit: iStock

The twice-weekly service from London Gatwick to Tampa - Florida will be operated by brand new Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft offering up to 344 seats wither in economy or premium. A new extended premium cabin offers 60% more seats for passengers.

Other schedule updates include:

  • Daily service to Buenos Aires - in response to strong demand for the London Gatwick to Buenos Aires route, services will increase from four flights a week to a daily service.

  • Daily service to Boston - services to Boston will increase from five flights a week to a daily service.

Chief commercial officer at Norwegian Thomas Ramdahl said: "Norwegian continues to offer customers increased choice, flexibility and value throughout winter 2018 and we are pleased to welcome Tampa, Florida, as a new destination to our network."

Gatwick Airport chief financial officer Guy Stephenson said: "Norwegian's new Tampa service, a new daily schedule for the existing Buenos Aires and Boston routes and increases to other services, all give our passengers yet more choice and flexibility."

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