Norwegian airline to launch new routes connecting Athens to New York, Scandinavia
The low-cost, long-haul airline Norwegian announced on Friday that it will be launching a new flight directly connecting Athens to New York (JFK airport).
Flights will operate four times a week from July until October. Prices will begin at 169.90 euros, including taxes, for a one-way ticket.
In addition, Norwegian announced that it will also be launching a series of flights connecting Athens to various cities in Scandinavia, including Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Helsinki, which will fly from March until October with prices starting at 58.57 euros for a one-way ticket, tax included.
Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura stated on the occasion: “Greece is a top holiday destination and this excellent developmental initiative by Norwegian allows even more visitors from the United States to experience the magic our country has to offer. […] We welcome [Norwegian] to Greece and expect that this new route will contribute even more to the rising tourist arrivals in our country.”