Norwegian Air Has $49 Flights to the Caribbean and $89 Flights to Europe
Book your tickets now—the sale runs until September 6.
Norwegian Air has just launched what the company is calling its biggest sale in history.
U.S. travelers can find flights to the Caribbean — including the islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique — starting at $49 one-way, and flights to European cities — including Belfast, Bergen, Cork, Dublin, Edinburgh, Shannon, Copenhagen, and London — starting at $89 one-way.
The sale runs until September 6.
Northeast travelers can book flights out of Boston, Hartford, and Providence. Flights from Providence to Belfast, Bergen, Cork, Dublin, Edinburgh, and Shannon are available for $89 one-way for travel dates in October through December, and January to March. Flights from Boston to Copenhagen and Oslo start at $140 one-way for travel dates between September and October.
Flights from New York City depart from John F. Kennedy International Airport and Stewart International Airport. Fares start at $49 to Guadeloupe and Martinique, and $89 to Belfast, Bergen, Dublin, Edinburgh, and Shannon, for travel from October through December, and January through March.
There are also flights out of Newark Liberty International Airport to Rome and Paris starting at $140 for travel in February and March.
Flights out of Florida, departing from Miami and Orlando, start at $49 to Guadeloupe and Martinique, and $150 to European cities.
Fly from Chicago to London for as little as $160 one-way, or from Austin or Denver to London for as little as $180. Flights from Las Vegas to Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm start at $170.
There are also some deals from the west coast: Flights from Los Angeles to Stockholm, Paris, and Copenhagen start at $160, and flights from Oakland to London start at $140.
Norwegian Air is a budget airline, meaning that any additional services — assigned seats, priority boarding, checked baggage — will incur extra fees. Be sure to check what fees you might end up paying to ensure you're getting a great deal.
This story originally appeared on Travel + Leisure.