Norwegian Airlines has announced the launch of a new service connecting Gatwick and Pointe-à-Pitre – Guadeloupe Pôle Caraïbes International airport, on the Islands of Guadeloupe.
Following a successful first winter season flying between the US (New York, Boston and Washington) and the French Caribbean Islands since last December, the carrier will take British travellers to the islands of Guadeloupe this winter, with fares leading in at £210 one-way including taxes.
From November 10, the airline will operate non-stop daily flights to New York and four weekly direct flights to Boston, all flights serviced by Boeing 787 Dreamliners. By flying from London to Guadeloupe with this particular route, passengers will be given the opportunity to take an overnight stay in the Big Apple or Boston before taking off in the afternoon to the Guadeloupe Islands.
Located in the heart of the Caribbean, the Guadeloupe Islands is an archipelago of five islands offering sandy beaches, tropical rainforests, popular tourist resorts and a distinctive Créole Art de Vivre.
Meanwhile, the airline is launching new flights from Manchester and Edinburgh to three popular Spanish destinations in time for the summer getaway, with fares on sale today from £34.90. From April 30, two weekly flights will take off from Manchester to Barcelona offering nearly 20,000 seats for the summer season; from June 2, four weekly flights will depart Manchester to Malaga; and from June 3, two weekly flights to Alicante are scheduled.
New flights from Edinburgh to Barcelona also take off from June 15, with 15,000 seats available this summer.